CyberOSINT – New book by Stephen E. Arnold explores intelligence gathering tools for open-source content

New book by Stephen E. Arnold explores intelligence gathering tools for open-source content “CyberOSINT: Next-Generation Information Access” by Stephen E. Arnold examines advanced tools for law enforcement, security, military and intelligence uses. Read free portions here at Phi Beta Iota ROBERT STEELE: If you are a Contracting Officer or Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative, this book …

Stephen E. Arnold: Time as Analytic Factor — Recorded Future, Google, and CyberOSINT

Recorded Future: Google and Cyber OSINT EXTRACT: CyberOSINT relies on automated collection, analysis, and report generation. In order to make sense of data and information crunched by an NGIA system, time is a really key metatag item. To figure out time, a system has to understand: 1) The date and time stamp; 2) Versioning (previous, …

Reference: $499 Saves Millions — Stephen E. Arnold CyberOSINT Survey of Next Generation Information Access (NGIA) – Foreword by Robert Steele

An Arnold IT CORE Report for Law Enforcement, Security and Intelligence Professionals and Organizations This monograph has a single goal: Provide a Contracting Officer (CO) or Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR) — or the end-user engaged in investigatory work, military operations, and intelligence activities — with a collection of technology capability summaries about companies building …

2015 Robert Steele – Foreword to Stephen E. Arnold’s CyberOSINT: Next Generation Information Access

Stephen E. Arnold, CyberOSINT: Next Generation Information Access (Harrods Creek, KY: Arnold Information Technology, 2015) Memorable URL: http://tinyurl.com/Steele-CyberOSINT Foreword By Robert David Steele In 1986, I was selected from the CIA’s clandestine service to help lead a pilot project to bring the CIA into the 21st Century. From that moment almost 30 years ago, I …

Berto Jongman: War on the Rocks Zachery Tyson Brown What If Sherman Kent Was Wrong? Revisiting the Intelligence Debate of 1949

What If Sherman Kent Was Wrong? Revisiting the Intelligence Debate of 1949 Zachery Tyson Brown, War on the Rocks One of Kent’s contemporaries noted in 1962 that most policy decisions were made without any input from intelligence — something Kent himself begrudgingly acknowledged and that has since been confirmed again, again, and again. Even when …