Open Source Intelligence
Open Source Intelligence or "OSINT" is defined by the Department of Defense (DoD) as: “produced from publicly available information that is collected, exploited, and disseminated in a timely manner to an appropriate audience for the purpose of addressing a specific intelligence requirement.” This process is also commonly referred to as “Digital Footprinting”. Secure Network Technologies uses this and other legally approved, non-intrusive tactics to identify and analyze an individual’s online presence.
How We Can Help
SNT has earned the trust of some of the largest law firms in the world as a supplement to their eDiscovery practice. SNT helps law firms optimize their litigation by discovering social media and web content in relation to the individual or litigation matter in question. All content found is manually verified and presented in a manner that helps expedite the legal process for the legal matter(s) at hand. SNT uses both open source and proprietary tools and techniques that aid in this process. Some examples of work SNT has performed for clients in the past include:
Class Action Lawsuits
Sexual Harassment Lawsuits
Wrongful Termination Claims
Hostile Work Environment Claims
Intellectual Property & Client Theft
SNT is an approved ILTA vendor and is holds the NSA-IAM certification for Open Source Intelligence Gathering.