This map was created to track the recent lower mainland gang conflict in Metro Vancouver, and highlights only shootings related to gang/drug activity.
Shooting locations are highlighted with red icons for public places and black icons signifying residential areas.
The data contained in the map was derived from news media articles and news releases from law enforcement.
Are you new to OSINT? You may have questions. How can you start? What are the best resources in the OSINT community? This page will provide you with some resources that will give you an understanding of how OSINT can be utilized.
OSINT Related Articles:
An Introduction to Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Gathering
What is OSINT? How can I make use of it?
OSINT is a State of Mind
How to get started in Online investigations with Open Source Information
How to find Information on Anyone
2019 OSINT Guide
How to get started with open-source investigations, from the BBC team behind Cameroon: Anatomy of a Killing
Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) Reconnaissance
Google Hacking Techniques
Try this Exercise:
Test out your OSINT skills by searching your own digital footprint. Use Google and Bing to search your information. The starting points for your search would be your name, usernames, businesses, phone numbers, and email addresses.
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This post will focus on the following areas: Relevant Software Applications, Operating System Settings, Devices, Browsing Habits, and Online Accounts.
Relevant Software Applications
Operating System Settings
Today we outlined only some considerations when attempting to protect yourself online. Of course, there are numerous other precautions you can take to protect your security online depending on specific threats. Due to the ever-evolving digital age, we must take it upon ourselves to keep up with new security features.
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