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Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) has become a huge necessity, due to the widespread usage of internet-based services and the prevalence of social media for sharing the information and communication. The OSINT discipline provides the analysis of your volume of valuable information available on the internet. Managing an Open Source Intelligence can be extremely complicated as the possible sources of information on the internet and the ways to collect, collate and report those data’s are in constant flux.

OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) helps us to find, select and acquire information from available public sources. OSINT refers to any un-classified intelligence and includes anything exposed on the Web.

  • Information is Wealth
    By incorporating OSINT into their intelligence cycle, law enforcement and other agencies can enhance their strategic and tactical effectiveness to provide the best and most efficient quality of services.

  • Do we need OSINT in today’s organisational defence?
    As technology increases day by day, the need for fast and specific information gathering also ascends, thus increasing the demand for OSINT. This can help us to identify all critical data that are exposed on the public platforms.

  • Our vision for OSINT
    Briskinfosec vision is to deliver the “best-of-class” specialised services found on the validated process, continuous and lucrative improvement using quantitative performance data, and the providence of flawless and responsive quality services.

Briskinfosec's Approach for Cyber Threat Intelligence Assessment

Cyber Threat Intelligence(OSINT)
  • Standards
  • Benefits
  • Why choose Briskinfosec?
  • Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
  • Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES)
  • Saving costs by identifying issues and preventing hazards before their inception.
  • Our OSINT team comprises experienced intelligence practitioners who come from a range of previous operational and commercial backgrounds.
  • A series of automated & manual OSINT scans and techniques to cover all.
  • Immediate notification of any critical vulnerability to help you take action quickly.
  • An executive summary that explains what the risks mean in business terms.
  • OSINT is much less expensive compared to the traditional information collecting tools.


  • You will work with the company who won the “Indian Book Of Records” and who is also listed as one among the “Top 20 Most Promising Cyber Security Service Provider 2018”.
  • We have been empanelled as ISO27001:2015 certified organisation.
  • We have also been empanelled with Axcelos Global Best Practice consultants as an organisation that always has met the international standard based cyber security process and requirements in time.
  • We, at Briskinfosec, use our own created tools along with advanced manual tests and automated vulnerability scans, to ensure all critical vulnerabilities are identified.

Apart from this:

  • You receive a simple assessment that applies to your business and relevant threats, not a general evaluation of theoretical risks.
  • You work with qualified consultants experienced in Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
  • You receive a clear report that prioritises the relevant risks to your organisation, so that you can remedy any vulnerability Immediately.

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