Open-Source Intelligence - Useful Tools in Data Analysis

Open Source Data, Open Source Information, Open Source Intelligence, OSD, OSINF, OSINT


  • Adelaida STĂNCIULESCU (Primary Contact)
    Bucharest Court, Bucharest, Romania


The paper aims to address how open sources, available in the public space, can provide relevant, high-quality information on which organizations (whether public or private) can strengthen their decision-making process. For example: the development of public policies, the development of security policies, law enforcement norms, the adaptation of tax systems to the digital age, the implementation of targeted marketing campaigns, the widespread access to continuing education, with the aim of creating an adapted workforce in the digital age, the business environment can support technology change through a more intense collaboration with authorities, local communities and society as a whole, etc.