In Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), images and videos often serve as critical pieces of evidence. This course, led by Micah Hoffman, focuses on the art of dissecting visual content to advance investigative cases. Whether it's pinpointing the location of an event, determining the time of occurrence, or verifying the authenticity of social media content, mastering image analysis is key.
Participants will learn how to transform images and videos from mere visual data into valuable intelligence. Micah shares his most effective techniques for breaking down visual content, teaching you how to extract and interpret crucial details. The course also covers the tactical use of OSINT tools to validate the origin of images, a vital skill in fact-checking and verifying information.
Ideal for professionals seeking to enhance their investigative skills, this course offers a deep dive into the nuanced world of image analysis within OSINT. Join us to acquire the expertise needed to solve complex cases with confidence, using advanced image analysis as your guide.
Key learning objective:
- Be able to analyze an image and extract meaningful, actionable OSINT data from it.
At the end of the course, you will:
- Be more proficient at effectively examining images and videos.
- Employ advanced techniques for comprehensive image analysis.
- Use industry-leading tools for precise geolocation of images.
- Gain insights into valuable resources for honing your image analysis skills.
Earn 0.5 CPEs/CEUs for completing this course.
Micah Hoffman and Griffin Glynn authored and teach the course.
This course consists of online videos accessible from mobile app and/or web browser. Lecture, demonstration, and hands-on exercises.
A course completion certificate is automatically provided to students finishing this course.
To successfully complete this course, you must have access to the internet and a modern web browser.