Generally speaking – you will commence an OSINT investigation for a person with some very basic details. These details will likely include their full name, year of birth, place last seen, and perhaps some other attributes or context around their… Read More ›
I have posted before on participating in other TraceLabs events (such as the Australian Federal Police Missing Persons Hackathon), so here goes a brief recounting of my experiences with a US missing persons event.
Sometime ago I participated in an event run by TraceLabs in conjunction with the Australian Federal Police to locate pieces of information for missing persons across Australia. The twist on this event being it was gamified to allow competing teams… Read More ›