USING OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE (OSINT) AS ONE OF THE EFFECTIVE AND LEGITIMATE WAYS TO AVOID THREATS TO THE CORPORATION
Authors: Oleksii Kuchmai, Tetiana Shelest
Affiliation: Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 24 B. Gavrilishyna St., Faculty of Information Technology, Kiev, 02000, Ukraine
ABSTRACT. Open source intelligence (OSINT) is an intelligence discipline that includes the search, selection and collection of intelligence from publicly available sources, as well as its analysis. In the intelligence community, the term "open information source" refers to the public availability of a source (as opposed to secret and restricted sources), but it is not related to the notion of "just a source of information" (English open source information; OSIF), which means any information in the media space
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