I am a Senior OSINT Specialist at QOMPLX where we build large scale, highly accurate software to help businesses understand their cyber risk both across their own infrastructure and those of their trusted vendors.
Prior to working at QOMPLX I had over a decade’s experience in law enforcement as a detective specialising in cyber crime and digital forensics. I led a wide range of internet investigations, helping to target and unmask highly capable criminals.
I’m also an Instructor Candidate for the SANS Institute, the world’s largest information security research, training, and certification provider. I teach SEC497 Practical Open Source Intelligence to equip students with the skills they need to have successful careers in cyber security and all aspects of internet investigation.
I’m a confident and experienced public speaker, and I love to share my learning and research with others. I was also previously a member of The OSINT Curious Project.
When I’m not sat at my computer I’m usually out walking or cycling in England’s most beautiful county.
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This blog is purely for my own writing and research and my views are entirely my own.