Download Automating open source intelligence : algorithms for OSINT by Robert Layton, Paul A Watters PDF

By Robert Layton, Paul A Watters

ISBN-10: 0128029161

ISBN-13: 9780128029169

Algorithms for Automating Open resource Intelligence (OSINT) offers info at the accumulating of knowledge and extraction of actionable intelligence from overtly on hand resources, together with information proclaims, public repositories, and extra lately, social media. As OSINT has functions in crime scuffling with, state-based intelligence, and social examine, this publication offers contemporary advances in textual content mining, net crawling, and different algorithms that experience resulted in advances in equipment which could principally automate this process.

The e-book is helpful to either practitioners and educational researchers, with discussions of the most recent advances in purposes, a coherent set of equipment and methods for automating OSINT, and interdisciplinary views at the key difficulties pointed out inside each one discipline.

Drawing upon years of sensible event and utilizing a number of examples, editors Robert Layton, Paul Watters, and a unusual record of participants talk about proof Accumulation ideas for OSINT, Named Entity solution in Social Media, reading Social Media Campaigns for crew measurement Estimation, Surveys and qualitative options in OSINT, and Geospatial reasoning of open information.

  • Presents a coherent set of tools and methods for automating OSINT
  • Focuses on algorithms and purposes permitting the practitioner to wake up and operating quickly
  • Includes totally built case reports at the electronic underground and predicting crime via OSINT
  • Discusses the moral issues while utilizing publicly on hand on-line data

Show description

Read or Download Automating open source intelligence : algorithms for OSINT PDF

Best algorithms books

A Programmer's Companion To Algorithm Analysis

Until now, no different booklet tested the distance among the idea of algorithms and the construction of software program courses. targeting useful concerns, A Programmer? s significant other to set of rules research conscientiously information the transition from the layout and research of an set of rules to the ensuing software.
Consisting of 2 major complementary components, the booklet emphasizes the concrete points of translating an set of rules into software program that are meant to practice according to what the set of rules research indicated. within the first half, the writer describes the idealized universe that set of rules designers inhabit whereas the second one half outlines how this perfect might be tailored to the true international of programming. The publication explores research suggestions, together with crossover issues, the impression of the reminiscence hierarchy, implications of programming language facets, resembling recursion, and difficulties coming up from excessively excessive computational complexities of resolution tools. It concludes with 4 appendices that debate uncomplicated algorithms; reminiscence hierarchy, digital reminiscence administration, optimizing compilers, and rubbish assortment; NP-completeness and better complexity periods; and undecidability in sensible phrases.
Applying the idea of algorithms to the construction of software program, A Programmer? s spouse to set of rules research fulfills the desires of software program programmers and builders in addition to scholars via displaying that with the right kind set of rules, you could in attaining a sensible software program program.
Alt. ISBN:1584886730, 1584886730, 9781584886730

High Performance Algorithms and Software in Nonlinear Optimization

This booklet incorporates a number of papers awarded on the convention on excessive functionality software program for Nonlinear Optimization (HPSN097) which was once held in Ischia, Italy, in June 1997. The quick development of desktop applied sciences, together with new parallel architec­ tures, has inspired a large number of study dedicated to development software program environments and defining algorithms in a position to totally take advantage of this new computa­ tional energy.

Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing: 15th International Conference, ICA3PP 2015, Zhangjiajie, China, November 18-20, 2015, Proceedings, Part II

This 4 quantity set LNCS 9528, 9529, 9530 and 9531 constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifteenth foreign convention on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing, ICA3PP 2015, held in Zhangjiajie, China, in November 2015. The 219 revised complete papers provided including seventy seven workshop papers in those 4 volumes have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 807 submissions (602 complete papers and 205 workshop papers).

Additional info for Automating open source intelligence : algorithms for OSINT

Sample text

For example, Giani, De Souza, Berk, and Cybenko (2006) investigated using the aggregation of network flows for identifying attacks. Such systems are highly effective in practice, but do not make the assumption, like we do, of an intelligent and motivated attacker. These systems usually rely on 41 42 CHAPTER 3: Relative Cyberattack Attribution having some control over the network, and some trust that deliberate misleading information is not being given. John and Sivakumar (2009) surveyed traceback mechanisms, noting that “most existing traceback techniques start from the upstream links until they determine which one is used to carry the attacker’s traffic” (John & Sivakumar, 2009, p.

Every word unit at the “word” level is then connected to a minimum of one unit at the “word sense” level, where different senses of ambiguous words are drawn as different and separate units. Word senses are activated on the idea of a nonlinear operate of relative word meaning frequencies extracted from a large corpus. Alternative word senses are then connected to their associated semantic feature sets, which are extracted from WordNet hypernyms (Scott & Matwin, 1998). The structure of the semantic feature sets is presently nonhierarchical, reflective cognitive psychology knowledge within which the in theory linear relationship between semantic distance and latency expected by early models is found to disappear once term frequency is taken under consideration.

As we identified earlier, increasing the risk of attribution may lead attacks to generalize their attacks, such that attack patterns appear the same across multiple attackers. This would hurt attribution methods, but reduce the effort needed to create defensive systems against those attacks. For those attacks that do not generalize their attack, the other option is a continued (and an expensive) development of new attacks on an ongoing basis, in order to ensure that their attacks are not attributed.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.42 of 5 – based on 32 votes