Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) gathers information from published or otherwise publicly available sources. Identifying unintentional leakage of sensitive data through social media networks and other platforms can help you plug the leaks and make it as difficult as possible for potential attackers.
The OSINT Analysis service demonstrates how much information a threat actor can find about an organisation quickly and easily online, without ever touching your system or running any scans.
Information discovered may include the exposure of data, breached work email credentials, personal staff data and other useful identity information.
Your public data footprint is probably much bigger than you think, you can access electoral registers and telephone numbers through a regular web browser.
Companies House stores company data, including officers’ data. Company websites often display hierarchical team structures. Platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok and X hold personal data on individuals, including friends, interests, hobbies, activities, pictures and events.