The national security field as we define it does not include policy intelligence such as you seem to feel is needed for the twelve core policies that you identify — including local law enforcement — that are outside our “lane” called national security.
I cannot change this but wonder if you have a comment.
Continue reading “Answers on OSINT for India 23 – OSINT for One or OSINT for All?” Sir,
There is hardly any guide available on offline OSINT.
Also I have been seeking for some map that can show the distribution of open source info (newspapers, journals etc) in South Asia and China.
Continue reading “Answers on OSINT for India 22 – Offline OSINT” Sir,
I have noticed that good OSINT literature is hardly available for 2013-2016.
Post 2016, OSINT has been treated as a synonym to internet surfing. Any reasons?
Continue reading “Answers on OSINT for India 21 – The Death of OSINT Since 2016?” Sir,
Check the five pillars of Verification in the file. I find it quite useful for a paper that introduces OSINT.
Continue reading “Answers on OSINT for India 20 – Five Pillars of Verification” Sir,
What is this paper all about?
And in relation to your first answer, isnt’t this data too critical to be shared with the public?
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