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Episode 12  |  01:01:51 hours

Structured analysis techniques and OSINT, with Dr. Martha Whitesmith

Episode 12  |  01:01:51 hours  |  06.16.2020

Structured analysis techniques and OSINT, with Dr. Martha Whitesmith

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This is a podcast episode titled, Structured analysis techniques and OSINT, with Dr. Martha Whitesmith. The summary for this episode is: <div class="truncatedAudioInfo__wrapper"> <div class="truncatedAudioInfo__content"> <div class="sc-type-small"> <div> <p>In episode 12 of the World of Intelligence podcast, Terry Pattar, head of the Janes Intelligence Unit, and Dr. Martha Whitesmith, research fellow at The Department of War Studies, King’s College London discuss whether or not structured analysis techniques provide any clear benefits to intelligence analysts.</p> <p>They also explore the challenges of cognitive bias and confirmation bias occurring within intelligence analysis.</p> <p>For more information on OSINT training go to <a title= "http://janes.com/OSINTtraining" href= "https://gate.sc/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fjanes.com%2FOSINTtraining&token=8b868c-1-1592324227491" target="_blank" rel= "nofollow noopener ugc">janes.com/OSINTtraining</a></p> </div> </div> </div> </div>

In episode 12 of the World of Intelligence podcast, Terry Pattar, head of the Janes Intelligence Unit, and Dr. Martha Whitesmith, research fellow at The Department of War Studies, King’s College London discuss whether or not structured analysis techniques provide any clear benefits to intelligence analysts.

They also explore the challenges of cognitive bias and confirmation bias occurring within intelligence analysis.

For more information on OSINT training go to janes.com/OSINTtraining

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