Good intelligence is the key to decision making. Reuser's Information Services offers a wide variety of Open Source Intelligence training programmes and workshops. Take a look at the overview of programmes on offer.
Sometimes you're stuck.
Reuser's Information Services offers on-the-job advice, consultancy and solutions to solve online research problems in finding reliable information and producing actionable intelligence. These solutions are ideal for customers who for security reasons want their research to be done else where by someone else.
RIS workshops are quick one hour or half a day sessions for a small group on specific topics, typically intended to go into details, share lessons learned or have a refresher. RIS offers a variety of workshops on many OSINT related topics. Workshops by RIS are typically tailor made to meet the requirements of the customer.
Arno is a welcome and popular guest speaker often invited for keynote speeches, peptalks and general introductions into OSINT, social media and information security issues.
OSINT Pathfinder training programmes
OSINT Pathfinder XIX
|4th-6th June 2018||
OSINT Pathfinder XX
|20th-22nd November 2018|
RIS OSINT Pathfinder XX training programme
For the 20th time already, the most successful programme from the RIS OSINTorium, Reuser's Information Services has the pleasure of inviting you to the RIS OSINT Pathfinder XX training programme in The Hague, The Netherlands, 20-22 November 2018.
The training programme will teach you the unique RIS methodology of doing online reseach in open sources, from requirement analysis and problem deconstrction, to the global open information landscape.
Interested? Have a look at the RIS OSINT Pathfinder XX training page for more information.
Want to register immediately? Please fill in the registration form to assure a seat at the workshop.
The OSINT Pathfinder XX is now fully booked. New registrations will be put on a standby list. If a place comes available, the standby customers will get a seat assigned. If no place comes available, standby customers will get a personal invitation for a preferred place on RIS OSINT Pathfinder XXI early 2019.
Reuser's proven methodology reduces millions of irrelevant search results, empowering researchers to make informed decisions faster and more efficiently based on reliable, validated and representative results.
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is a revolutionary and proven approach to information designed, developed and practiced for many years by Reuser's Information Services. It is a holistic approach to problem solving, enabling researchers to use an empowering methodology that exploits and combines the best capabilities of human intelligence with the machine intelligence of search engines.
The Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) method enables required information to be delivered as highly relevant research results that can be quickly validated and transformed into high quality intelligence. Therefore, answers are appropriate to the problem and decision making is improved.
The same type of methodology and approach has been applied for our range of Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT) training and consultancy services.
OSINT Training Programmes
Reuser’s OSINT training courses are designed for students who have different levels of experience and ability. The courses cover beginners to intermediates to advanced to expert level.
To ensure students register for the most appropriate course relative to their ability, an agenda for each level of course is sent to interested parties prior to any student being able to book or join a course.
This process enhances the learning and teaching process, and allows students with similar abilities to comfortably work at the same level during the training. Whilst all RIS courses are fun and high energy, they are also demanding and detailed.
As well as offering training services, RIS can assist in consultancy projects, such as Market Studies, setting up Bureaux and Knowledge/Information Centres.
RIS can also offer keynote speakers, master classes and expert panel members for events.
In recognition for his contribution to the Intelligence Community, Arno was awarded the Golden Candle Award, OSS.net, Washington D.C.in 2003, the Lifetime Award in 2004 and was nominated for Information Professional of the Year in 2010.
He is approved to train EU, NATO and UN organisations.
"Arno is an intelligent and highly respected expert in the field of Open Source Intelligence. Arno excels in developing compelling OSINT insights for governments and public organisations and then applying these insights in a way that positively impacts investigation techniques. He is very smart, strategically minded and able to balance supply and demand. Arno's OSINT courses are national and international highly regarded and are characterized by their integrity, knowledge and insight. I highly recommend the reader to have a look at www.reuser.biz "
Rob Sentse, 2016
PODCAST – The Power of Open Source Intelligence
The volume of data is exploding. Every day organisations and individuals are creating, sharing and, accessing data. Globally, more and more people are being connected via smartphones and social networks. More and more information is also openly available. In this Big Data world how can you find the information you need?
Google only indexes 20% of the web. And the problem is not going away, by 2020 there will be 50 billion connected devices globally and 44 trillion gigabytes of data. Machine learning on its own can’t solve this problem, you need to empower human intelligence. This has led to an increasing interest in both the discipline and the art of open source intelligence collection.
Machine learning is only part of the solution, you need to empower human intelligence
Listen to former US intelligence analyst and espionage historian Dr Mark Stout in discussion with one of the world's leading practitioners of the art of open source intelligence: Arno Reuser of the Dutch military intelligence service.
Arno Reuser was responsible for migrating the Dutch military intelligence library from an archival to a discovery capability that involved the value-added programming of incoming streams of raw data, and the creation of a virtual organisation that used collaborative techology to optimise open source expertise. This innovative methodology inspired and transformed thinking among the EU, NATO and UN intelligence agencies.