Fivecast recently made a guest appearance on the 60th episode of the Janes* Intelligence Podcast to discuss the current real-world OSINT challenges facing analysts in government agencies. Malcolm Purcell, Director of Federal Accounts and Abbi Dobbertin, Senior Tradecraft Advisor at Fivecast joined Harry Kemsley, the president of Janes Government and National Security Business and Sean Corbett, retired professional intelligence officer with the Royal Air Force, UK and founder of IntSight Global. The speakers share their combined years of experience in the military, defence, intelligence and corporate sectors as they discuss how open-source intelligence can be applied and leveraged to support government agencies.   

Listen to the podcast below to learn more about the unique intelligence challenges that the evolving online landscape presents including the vast volume and variety of data available online, constantly changing platforms, platform switching and more. Listeners will also gain insights into how these challenges can be overcome for more efficient and successful open-source intelligence investigations. 

Fivecast’s signature product, Fivecast ONYX, provides advanced data collection across open-source platforms including Surface, Deep and Dark Web sources and incorporates AI-enabled risk analytics through sophisticated, user configurable detectors. Fivecast ONYX acts as a force multiplier for intelligence agencies and analyst teams, delivering powerful and multi-lingual open-source data collection and analysis capabilities that combine to speed up investigations and deliver actionable insights from vast quantities of unstructured, multimedia data.  

*Janes is a trusted global agency for open-source defence intelligence, supplying their customers with timely, unbiased and relevant intelligence in a world crowded with increasingly unreliable information. 

Listen to the full OSINT challenges podcast here

 

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