Thursday, October 16, 2008

OSINT Product On Russian Hackers And The Georgia Crisis Out Tomorrow! (Intelfusion)

The Grey Goose is about to fly! Nope, this is not an obscure quote from a numbers station; its a real product.

About 2 months ago, Jeff Carr over at Intelfusion set out to put together an OSINT team to take a look at Russian hackers and how they supported (or not) the Russian war effort in Georgia. Specifically, they sought to conduct "analysis of Russian hacker blogs in an effort to uncover connections that may not be readily apparent."

Jeff releases his initial round of results tomorrow. If you are interested in a copy, check out his post here for the instructions.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I heard Jeff give his presentation at the Palantir Government Users Conference last week. Very interesting work done by the team he put together.

This investigation highlights the capabilities that Palantir brings to the table.

Jeffrey said...

Thanks for the plug, Kris. And thanks for being there to help with my many questions on format, structure, etc.

Anonymous - glad you liked the presentation. The food wasn't bad either!