OSINT Training

We strive to offer the best OSINT training courses available.

CPD Machine Set Up and Online Security


This course takes you (step-by-step) through creating a platform on Chrome and Firefox browsers that enables efficient and effective internet research to be conducted. It will highlight and provide guidance on deploying both add-ons and extensions that will enhance and compliment any online research. It will explain and provide access to free tools whilst signposting additional paid for services. It wil identify thousands of free resources and how to access and manage those relevant to your specific requirements.


You will finish this course with a machine set up and prepared for any type on online internet research. You will have an understanding of how to conduct research in a safe way without risking your own personal security.

Intended Audience

The course is suitable for anyone that is embarking on a role linked to online research. The course is not technical and is designed to be undertsood by anyone with a basic understanding of computers.


No previous experience is required.


The course will be taught in English. All students will need to prove an ability to speak good English.


This is a 4 hour classroom based course . It is suitable for linking with other CPD courses to create a full days training.

For more information, or to book this course, please email training@intelmsl.com or use our online enquiry form.

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