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Episode #52: The Vast Capabilities of Open Source Intelligence

Cyber criminals can learn more about you than you ever realized. Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) often exposes information that you didn't realize was available to the public. Cyber criminals use OSINT to find weak spots in cybersecurity and exploit employees through social engineering. This week, the guys unwrap the fact that while Open Source Intelligence can be detrimental in the wrong hands, there are OSINT cybersecurity tools and methodologies that can be used to better protect your organization. 

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