OSINT Report 3/2010
This report provides a brief panorama of the development, role and challenges of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) in today’s Intelligence Communities (ICs). It addresses both the genesis of OSINT as a so-called intelligence discipline, arguing that it, primarily, should refer to actual tradecraft, as well as its potential contributions to an integrated all source knowledge management and information-sharing effort within the intelligence enterprise.
© 2010 International Relations and Security Network (ISN)
Florian Schaurer, Jan Störger
Andreas Wenger, Victor Mauer
International Relations and Security Network (ISN), Zurich, Switzerland
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