Using OSINT..., White Paper
"When natural disasters occur, it is essential to have access to current, up-to-date information to understand the scope and details of the situation and to take timely action. Due to the wide array of sources available today, ranging from web feeds,
blogs, TV- and radio-stations to social media platforms, government agencies and first responders can quickly inform and respond. Open sources provide a fast and efficient way to assess the situation of those affected by the natural disaster. They enable geographic mapping, which allows for more targeted responses and shorter
decision-making cycles. Leveraging social media is a crucial addition to the standard approaches to disaster management communication and existing communication infrastructures. [...] "
(dostęp z 28.06.2022)