Course Code: ACT201
Skill Level: 2 Foundation
Delivery Method: Classroom
The Introduction to OSINT course is a hands on and practical module is designed for those who use the Internet to conduct research or investigations in the ICS arena and forms the basis for further training.
If you are a...
...Practitioner involved with ICS procurement/implementation/audit/maintenance or part of an ICS environment supply chain and/or people who need full awareness of the security risks to these environments, including:
Site/Asset User or Operator
Site/Asset IT/ICS Support engineer
Site/Asset Physical security/Facilities Management professional
There are no pre-requisites set for this module.
What you will learn on this course?
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
Describe a communication profile and the methods of creating one.
Discuss the impact of legislation on Internet based investigations.
Apply the appropriate methodologies to Internet based investigations.
Describe the Internet, the World Wide Web and related protocols.
Demonstrate the use of personal and operational security online.
Demonstrate the customisation and deployment of online tools and techniques.
Demonstrate simple and advanced methods available to search the Internet.
Demonstrate the use of Internet based open source services and databases.
Demonstrate the evidential capture of online material and the application of validation techniques.
Demonstrate the investigative value of social networks, emails, images and databases.
The course consists of 3 days of classroom training.
The course contains hands on exercises and examples of operational OSINT to reinforce theory taught by our instructors.
Part 1: Communication Profiles
Part 2: Legislation Effecting Internet Investigations
Part 3: Preparing For An Internet Investigation
Part 4: What Is the Internet?
Part 5: The Browser, Add-Ons and Extensions
Part 6: Advanced Searching Techniques
Part 7: Investigation of Digital Images
Part 8: Open Source Databases and Services
Part 9: Searching for and Identifying Remote Internet Services
Part 10: Gathering Technical Information on the Internet
Part 11: Introduction To Investigating Social Networks
Part 12: Final Exercise
Part 13: Exercise Debrief
What training should follow on from this?
This course is a Level 2 Foundation course but it can be used as preparation for more focussed training such as the:
Siker ICS405: Securing ICS course.