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OSINT is largely employed in national security, law enforcement, and business intelligence roles, and it is useful to analysts who use non-sensitive intelligence to respond to classified, unclassified, or proprietary intelligence requests across all intelligence disciplines.

OSINT professionals, on the other hand, often consider material released on social networking sites to be part of the OSINT domain because it is public information shared on public internet platforms that can be used for intelligence reasons.

  • Look up your topic on social media. Social media can provide information about a person's
  • location, lifestyle, and interests.
  • Examine the accounts of your subject's friends.
  • Take screenshots of the evidence to keep it safe.
  • Social Listening Tools are a good place to start.

A cybercrime investigator looks into a variety of offences, from recovering file systems on hacked or destroyed computers to investigating crimes against minors. Cybercrime investigators also recover data from computers that can be utilised in criminal prosecutions.

To provide a variety of services, many companies hire both cyber investigators and traditional investigators. Computers, routers, various types of online networks, services, smart devices, laptops, and other equipment are all familiar to these investigators.

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