Open Source Intelligence And Real World Applications

August 12th, 2021

About Scott Bennett:

During the winter of 2017, Scott Bennett was working with the Haitian government through a public/private partnership doing clinical research to strengthen Haiti’s Emergency services system. During Scott’s time in Haiti he worked as a Critical Care Air Ambulance Technician and a supervisor for Hero Ambulance. Haiti is in a constant state of civil unrest with violent riots being a daily occurrence.

These riots would block off areas of the city and would severely hinder the Emergency Services ability to respond. This is when Scott Bennett found his passion for OSINT (Open Source Intelligence). Scott used OSINT to track all riot locations and details including when and where these riots were going to occur. Doing active intelligence on these threats before they happened and adjusting emergency services accordingly saved many lives and is still implemented to this day.

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