Open Source Intelligence (OSINT): a threat to privacy and intellectual property, or a potential opportunity?

ATTENTION : Cette activité se déroulera en FRANÇAIS / This activity will be conducted in FRENCH.

Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is a set of techniques for identifying and tracing, using publicly available sources, relevant information about a person, their interests and online activities. Commonly used in criminal investigations, Open Source Intelligence also enables better results in various fields, such as market research, business intelligence or cybersecurity. However, the unlimited nature of publicly accessible information raises legal and ethical issues, particularly when it comes to intellectual property or personal information.

This conference will briefly explain what Open Source Intelligence is, its usefulness, the legal and ethical issues involved in using it, and the potential opportunities for using or improving these tools.

*A certificate of attendance will automatically be sent to attendees 7 to 10 days after the date of the event.




12 h 00 - 13 h 00


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