Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is a term used to refer to the data collected from publicly available sources to be used in a security intelligence context


OSINT is drawn from publicly available multilingual material, including:

The Internet
Traditional mass media (e.g. television, radio, newspapers, magazines)
Social Media
Photos Specialized journals, conference proceedings, academic and think tank studies
Geospatial information (e.g. maps and commercial imagery products)

" An organization that invests in open source today is akin to an individual who invested in Google in its first year. OSINT has always been an integral component in intelligence … An organization with an appreciation for OSINT’s value and potential will be the most effective in the future. "

How we use OSINT

TechSaints International research and gather information for you using state of the art technological solution, and particular searching techniques, providing verifications, security due diligences, reputational analysis and investigative reports.

Information is verified and when it is the case HUMINT components may apply upon specific request.

Information gathered from public sources is a great resource for security and intelligence and can be used to support immediate tactical-operational decision, or the creation of long-term strategies for a variety of security goals.


TechSaints International employs a wide variety of tools and techniques to carry out penetration testing. Each and every test is carried out by skilled security testers and the results are manually verified before communicating to you. The end result is you get comprehensive and accurate understanding of your security posture and can immediately take mitigating steps for closing any identified weakness.

Every man must have a philosophy of life, for everyone must have a standard by which to measure his conduct. And philosophy is nothing but a standard by which to measure.
- B. R. Ambedkar , Indian jurist
B. R. Ambedkar