Time for OSINT
In the article Tyson advocates the need for risk management and security professionals to begin utilizing open source intelligence, also known as OSINT, to help mitigate risk. “Leveraging open sources is no longer simply the domain of sales and marketing – it’s time for security leadership to get engaged”, maintains Tyson, who also goes into depth about the Deep Web, Dark Web, and how certain industries can use OSINT for business, law enforcement, and risk management. You can read the full text of the article on the Australian Security Magazine’s Web site.
Johnson, a former intelligence officer for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and a risk management executive, will be on a week-long tour across New Zealand and Australia discussing topics relating to risk management and security. During his upcoming travels, Tyson will be a featured speaker at the New Zealand Security Conference taking place in Auckland, New Zealand, August 27 and 28.
Meet One-on-One with Tyson
As a security professional, Tyson welcomes the opportunity to speak one-on-one about challenges that risk and security professionals face when utilizing open source intelligence. Request a meeting below.