It was really a great opportunity to be a part of this session, as it gives us a better understanding of what dental estimation is and how it applies in an investigation. I thank the organization for conducting such an interesting session.
Each minute, the amount of data uploaded to the Internet is astonishing. OSINT is collecting publicly available information for analysis for decision-making and now also by law enforcement agencies to check for cyber security purposes. The data sources can include newspapers, social media posts, court filings, census data, reference materials, books, public surveys, etc. and can also contain sources exclusively available to subscribers, such as paywall content in newspapers or subscription journals. The Pre-Conference Workshop is being jointly organized by the International Association of Scientists and Researchers (IASR) and the Sherlock Institute of Forensic Science (SIFS) India to increase awareness of OSINT and its applications. The speaker will discuss the significance of OSINT in researching a person's information using online accounts, social media, and official online resources. The workshop will also cover the collection and analysis of data from open and publicly available sources in the forensic sector to provide actionable intelligence.