Esri National Security Webinar Series: Enhancing Your Security Operations Using Open Source GIS Data

Created by b_martinez-esristaff Employee on Dec 6, 2019

Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at

Starts at 9:00 AM ยท Ends at 10:00 AM, PDT (America/Los_Angeles)

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Operational Workflows for Government and Private Sector Security Organizations


Open source intelligence (OSINT) is the collection and analysis of information gathered from public, or open sources. Information products are disseminated in a timely manner to an appropriate audience for addressing a specific information requirement. OSINT is primarily used in national security, law enforcement and corporate security functions. Open-source information can fill gaps, create links and add context that allow analysts to better understand overwhelming amounts of fragmented information that security operations are forced to deal with every day.

Today’s growing ecosystem of open source GIS data provides security practitioners with unique opportunities to greatly enhance and inform operations. Join Esri subject matter experts as they identify non-traditional sources of information that can be integrated into GIS workflows that can support investigations, incident and event management, community analysis, disaster management and more.

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