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OSINT-workshop

 

Target audience

This training is for anyone who wants to learn more about effectively collecting and analyzing public information for various purposes. It includes raising awareness about fraudulent use of personal and corporate information, among other potential applications. Not sure if this training is for you… contact us.

Content

This OSINT training is a training in which participants, under the guidance of information security experts from The S-Unit, learn how to gather relevant information from public sources on the internet, such as social media and websites. OSINT stands for Open Source Intelligence. In this training, The S-Unit demonstrates how personal or company information can be found and exploited by attackers. 

During this training, you will be: 

  • Trained in collecting and analyzing information that is freely available on the internet. 
  • Made aware of information about you that can be found on the internet and how this information can be used by attackers for malicious purposes. 

Relevance

An OSINT training is valuable for employees of any organization because it teaches them how to gather valuable information from public sources on the internet. These skills can assist in identifying potential threats and security risks. 

The S-Unit

The S-Unit has extensive experience in providing trainings from an offensive perspective. Leveraging our expertise and real-world experience in cybersecurity, we understand the intricacies of OSINT techniques and can offer up-to-date knowledge and practical exercises. As experts, we can guide participants on the ethical aspects of collecting public information. We stay well-informed about the latest OSINT tools and trends, allowing us to tailor the training to the participants' needs. Through our skills, we can share valuable insights into finding and utilizing public information from an attacker's perspective. 

Prior knowledge

No prior knowledge is needed for this training. 

Included

  • Training material 
  • Lunch 
  • Certificate of participation 

 

Nick Bruinsma
Ethical Hacker – The S-Unit

Nick Bruinsma is an ethical hacker at The S-Unit with a master's degree in IT Law. Nick has worked as a software developer and therefore likes to perform white box and mobile app pentests. Reading source code is a fun challenge for him to find vulnerabilities that are not always easy to find from a black-box perspective. Nick is OSCP, OSWE, OSWP and AZ-500 certified. He is also a trainer at The S-Unit, where he provides training on a wide range of security (related) topics. In his spare time he likes to read books, study Brazilian Portuguese, more hacking techniques or random trivia to be able to win in 30 seconds.

 

Training location

Savannahweg 71, 3542 AW Utrecht.

Accessibility

Click here for directions to The S-Unit office.  

Lunch

Lunch is included in this training.

Start and end time

9:00 am to 5:00 pm CEST.

Language

The language of the training is always indicated. If you would like to follow the training in another language, please contact us. If there is sufficient interest, the training will also be offered in other languages..  

 

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Practical information
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Duration
1 day
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Time
9:00 am to 5:00 pm CEST
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Costs
€750,- (excl. VAT)
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Language
Dutch
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Location
Office The S-Unit
Dates 2024
10 Sep

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