This edited volume takes a fresh look at the subject of open source intelligence (OSINT), exploring both the opportunities and the challenges that this emergent area offers at the beginning of the twenty-first century. In particular, it explores the new methodologies and approaches that technological advances have engendered, while at the same time considering the risks associated with the pervasive nature of the Internet. Drawing on a diverse range of experience and expertise, the book begins with a number of chapters devoted to exploring the uses and value of OSINT in a general sense, identifying patterns, trends and key areas of debate. The focus of the book then turns to the role and influence of OSINT in three key areas of international security a nuclear proliferation; humanitarian crises; and terrorism. The book offers a timely discussion on the merits and failings of OSINT and provides readers with an insight into the latest and most original research being conducted in this area.a#39;Xbox One Kinect Is a surveillance Device and Anyone Can Get Remote Access to Thata#39;, May 2013, http://hackersnewsbulletin.com/2013/05/xbox-one-kinect- issurveillance-device.html. Dave Evans, a#39;The Internet of Things: How the Nextanbsp;...
|Title||:||Open Source Intelligence in the Twenty-First Century|
|Author||:||Christopher Hobbs, Matthew Moran, Daniel Salisbury|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-05-09|