Harry Kemsley, OBE, President of Janes Group, is on the show this week.

In this episode, he discusses how OSINT went from the “poor twin” of the intelligence world to a foundational tool.

Expect to learn how experienced OSINT analysts tackle mis- and disinformation online, where to get started when building an intelligence function, the recruiting tactic that can dramatically improve the quality of your team’s analysis, the biggest challenge OSINT analysts struggle with today, and much more.

Resources:

Janes Group


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