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1 ® SNAKES IN THE GRASS: Open Source Intelligence Doctrine Robert D. Steele, OSS CEO

2 ® Information Superiority Information Peacekeeping Relevant Information Information Operations OSINT Support to Acquisition OSINT Support to Operations Security

3 LONG TIME SHORT SHORT TIME WAR PEACE THEREHERE INFORMATION WARFARE INFORMATION PEACEKEEPING EDUCATION INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS SECURITY & COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ®

4 Information Warfare Information Peacekeeping Open Source Intelligence Education Electronic Electronic Security & Counterintelligence Big SecretNot Secret PrivateSector Private Sector! INFORMATION COMMONS ® CIVIL CENTER OF GRAVITY

5 OSINT as Input All-Source Intelligence (Spies, Satellites, and Secrets) Information Warfare Information Peacekeeping INFORMATION OPERATIONS Dont send a bullet where a byte will do…. OSINT as Output ®

6 Information Peacekeeping is the active exploitation of information and information technology--in order to peacefully modify the balance of power between specific individuals and groups--so as to achieve national policy objectives. The three elements of Information Peacekeeping, in order of priority, are intelligence (providing useful actionable information); information technology (providing tools for truth which afford the recipient access to international information and the ability to communicate with others; and electronic security & counterintelligence (a strictly defensive and preventive aspect of being able to sustain Information Peacekeeping operations. Robert D. Steele, 1994 ® DEFINITION

7 J-1No OOB for refugee/POW info. J-2Assumes SI/TK will have it all. J-3No OOB for IO/IW/IP J-4No role in information supply J-5Not held accountable for supportability of plans in terms of information availability J-6Not accountable for coalition-civil interoperability or for ensuring that external information can be integrated/exploited ® JOINT STAFF ISSUE AREAS

8 INFORMATIONINFORMATION TIME Available Information Actionable Intelligence The New Intelligence Gap: the difference between what you can know and what you can use! OSINT is as complex as the other disciplines… ® NEW INTELLIGENCE GAP

9 ® Existing doctrine assumes RI comes from IC or other units!

10 SIGINT: Dedicated collectors, processors, exploiters IMINT: Dedicated collectors, processors, exploiters HUMINT: Dedicated collectors, processors, exploiters MASINT: Dedicated collectors, processors, exploiters OSINT: ??? ALL-SOURCE ANALYST Whats Missing? ®

11 ® COMPETING OSINT MODELS SI/TK Selective Importation System High/Firewall Just Enough, Just in Time Default to Validated OSINT SI/TK Validated OSINT

12 HIC/MRC STRATEGIC NUCLEAR AND CONVENTIONAL MILITARY WAR SOLIC/LEA UNCONVENTIONAL LOW INTENSITY CONFLICT AND GANG WARFARE IW/ECON INFORMATION WAR/ CRIME & ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE MINDWAR RELIGIOUS, POLITICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REFUGEES PROLIFERATION/ MIGRATION JIHAD/ GREENPEACE TERRORISM/ GLOBAL CRIME INFOWAR/ ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE ® FOUR THREAT/IO TYPES

13 ® Thats it for doctrine….now on to the OSINT overview.


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