Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is the process of gathering and analyzing publicly-available data for intelligence purposes. BlueDot and other groups use event-based surveillance (EBS) to organize the detection and reporting of diverse unofficial signals that could represent a public health emergency. In our latest whitepaper, BlueDot explores various OSINT strategies and methodologies to supplement and strengthen epidemic intelligence.
Download the report to learn:
- The role of OSINT in epidemic intelligence
- OSINT search strategies, such as targeted searches and monitoring
- How to verify information through source assessment and content verification
- Case studies to apply OSINT methods… and more!
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