The Internet is a phenomenal source of information. However, it can be terribly inefficient in finding focused information of value. This presentation will be a basic open source intelligence (OSINT) primer. OSINT is defined as intelligence that is publicly available by collection, dissemination or exploitation. This hands-on session will cover efficient search engine usage, monitoring websites for changes, researching and tracking people, social networks, capturing information and a little “gray hat” hacking. Bring your pen, paper and laptop with a wireless connection."