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Irish Information Security Forum

Tools

 

This resource provides some free open-source tools, methods, and guidance for identifying, detecting, and mitigating cyber threats, known vulnerabilities, and anomalies while operating a cloud or hybrid environment.


Malicious cyber actors target organizations, on-premises, and cloud environments, who may not possess the resources for defending against cyber threats. As organizations continue to advance into operations associated with cloud and cloud computing, this resource provides tools and guidance that can be used to help mitigate the risk of information theft, data encryption and extortion, and information exposure.

 


Free Gov. Org. Tools

These tools can assist in hardening network environments/infrastructure, preventing malicious compromise, detecting malicious activity, mapping potential threat vectors, and identifying malicious activity post compromise.

 

 

 


Free Commercial Services and Tools

These Tools/Services are categorized into four goals 

 

 


 


OSINT 

Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is the  collection, analysis, and dissemination of information that is publicly available and legally accessible. Right now, OSINT is used by a organizations, including governments, businesses, and non-governmental organizations. It is useful in information gathering for a wide range of topics such as security threats, market research, and competitive intelligence.

 

  • OSINT Framework 

    OSINT framework focused on gathering information from free tools or resources. The intention is to help people find free OSINT resources. Some of the sites included might require registration or offer more data for payment, but you should be able to get at least a portion of the available information for no cost. (it has expanded beyond threat intelligence, so there are many other interesting resources listed by category)

 

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If you are interested in finding out more about the IISF, or would like to attend one of our Chapter Meetings as an invited guest, please contact the
IISF Secretary:

By email:
secretary@iisf.ie

By post:

David Cahill

Information Security

GPO, 1-117
D01 F5P2

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