OSINT for Security Operations - Active Defense


Many different sources of publicly available information can be compiled and analyzed to generate intelligence to help organizations identify potential risk areas.

In this workshop, Security professionals will learn how to leverage OSINT for investigations to gain better visibility into threats facing their organization, including using OSINT sources to get information on suspicious IOCs and mapping our external networks to find unknown/unsecured assets.

Mario Rojas

I am an Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Researcher with a robust Cyber Security and Threat Intelligence background.

For the last 12 years, I have been working in Security Engineering, developing cyber defense programs and infrastructure technologies responsible for protecting government and corporate interests.

I am passionate about Cybersecurity, OSINT, Developing Python scripts to automate as much as possible, and Data Science.