Open-source intelligence (OSINT), considered less touchy than cyber-attacking, is less regulated and easier for goverments to showcase. However, the one-upmanship in the sector is making it increasingly difficult to distinguish between passive and active intelligence. [...]
Published on 30.12.2021 at 06:00 GMT Reading time 3 minutes

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