Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
November 23, 2021 | Event


Course Level: Intermediate

cal February 7-11, 2022

map Zagreb

eng Croatian and/or English language

tra  Training materials included

cert Official certificate


This course focuses on the ability to gather information on people, groups, or companies from the Internet. In addition to using advanced web searches and other websites, this course will be leveraging the tools available to look ‘under the surface’ of the internet, accessing data through the database, deep web, various data collection methods, and others. The course is hands-on and will teach a range of skills from staying anonymous, setting up false online identities, extracting data without using a website, collating the data using various free and open-source tools, and graphing and visualizing data both historical and in real-time.

This course will provide participants with the skills needed to carry out highly advanced techniques of searching the Internet whilst remaining anonymous. With this course, participants will understand and practically apply various techniques to gather underlaying data and how to properly interpret it. At the end of the course, all participants will be given an exam and an official certificate for attending the course.

This class is suitable for various roles, levels of knowledge, previous training, experience, and field of interest and can be attended by IT professionals, IT security or cybersecurity specialist, digital forensics and incident response personnel, law enforcement people, employees of human resources, corporate security, headhunters or journalist.   

Course Objectives:

  • To equip the participants with the skills to carry out highly advanced techniques of searching the Internet whilst remaining anonymous
  • To enable the participants to be familiar with specialist software tools and understand the results
  • The introduce little known online resources
  • For the participant to understand and practically apply various techniques to directly talk to the underlying databases of various site


The participants should have a basic understanding of computers, using Windows operating systems, and be comfortable with online research.