- Check websites, social media, government publications, and other publicly available sources for information.
- To aid in data collecting and processing, use specialist OSINT instruments and software.
- Analyse the data you've collected to find trends, patterns, and anomalies.
- Create actionable intelligence reports using the data you've analysed.
- Analyse the organization's possible risks and hazards.
- Aid in the creation of preventative actions to reduce recognized hazards.
- Detailed reports outlining the findings, conclusions, and suggested next steps should be prepared.
- Report findings to management and the appropriate departments.
- To share information, coordinate with other departments, such as the security and intelligence teams.
- As required, conduct briefings and consultations, Updating and maintaining OSINT tools and programs.
- Keep up with emerging techniques and technology in open-source intelligence.
- Make sure that all actions follow the law and the policies of the organization.
- Follow the most recent trends and advancements in open-source intelligence.
To fit this post, we look after:
- Bachelor's degree in a related field such as Information Technology, Criminal Justice, International Relations, or equivalent work experience.
- Minimum of 5-10 years of experience in intelligence gathering and analysis.
- Proficiency in using OSINT tools and software, strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Knowledge of legal and ethical considerations surrounding OSINT.
Nice to have:
- Master's degree in a related field.
- Language proficiency in EN.
- Certifications related to cybersecurity, intelligence, or related fields.
Flexible work location
Access to our professional development tools and programs
Training certification reimbursement
Recognition and objective performance appraisals for personalized career paths
Perks and bonuses
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