The EUROSINT FORUM

European and action-oriented, EUROSINT FORUM is a not-for-profit association                                                     (Belgium ASBL) dedicated to European cooperation and use of Open Source                                                       Intelligence that prevent risks and threats to peace and security.

EUROSINT FORUM is acting to:

  • Identify needs in process, methodology and tools
  • Study best practices
  • Encourage pre-competitive research project
  • Bring together specialists and users
  • Increase opportunities for cross-fertilization
  • Help promote relevant Scientific and Technical Development

 

Open Source Intelligence or "OSINT"
 
OSINT refers to an intelligence gathering discipline based on analyzing information collected from open sources, i.e. information available to the general public. These sources include newspapers, the internet, books, phone books, scientific journals, radio broadcasts, television, and others (Source: Wikipedia).

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Latest News and Events

02/05/2018

The EUROSINT FORUM and SAIL LABS Technology are pleased to invite you on a two-day workshop. This workshop aims to gather European security and intelligence practitioners around the topic of disaster management either as a consequence of a natural event, industrial accident or a major security incident and the challenge of forecasting in the age of Artificial Intelligence and enormous data.

Aim of the Workshop

By automatically collecting, classifying, enriching and displaying data, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies could significantly enhance...

19/04/2018

Europol hosted the second conference of the European Counter Terrorism Centre Advisory Group to present and discuss new strategies against online terrorist propaganda and radicalisation. One panel focused on the assessment of radicalisation, and explored ways and methods in detecting and evaluating signs of radicalisation to violence in individual’s communication, in particular online. The goal was to retrieve relevant signs within the increasing masses of information that are publicly accessible.

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