The GOSI certification is now available for pre-sale in conjunction with affiliated SANS training. GOSI will be available to the public in late June 2023.
- Open Source Intelligence Methodologies
- OSINT Data Collection, Analysis, and Reporting
- Harvesting Data from the Dark Web
- Operational Security Fundamentals and Considerations
Who is GOSI for?
- Cyber Incident Responders
- Digital Forensics (DFIR) Analysts
- Security Analysts
- Penetration Testers
- Social Engineers
- Law Enforcement
- Intelligence Personnel
- Private Investigators
- Insurance Investigators
- Human Resources Personnel
NOTE: All GIAC Certification exams are web-based and required to be proctored. There are two proctoring options: remote proctoring through ProctorU, and onsite proctoring through PearsonVUE. Click here for more information.
GIAC certification attempts will be activated in your GIAC account after your application has been approved and according to the terms of your purchase. Details on delivery will be provided along with your registration confirmation upon payment. You will receive an email notification when your certification attempt has been activated in your account. You will have 120 days from the date of activation to complete your certification attempt.
- Training is available in a variety of modalities including live training and OnDemand
- Practical work experience can help ensure that you have mastered the skills necessary for certification.
- College level courses or self paced study through another program or materials may meet the needs for mastery.
- Get information about the procedure to contest exam results.
- These tests are a simulation of the real exam allowing you to become familiar with the test engine and style of questions.
- Practice exams are a gauge to determine if your preparation methods are sufficient.
- The practice bank questions are limited so you may encounter the same question on practice tests when multiple practice tests are purchased.
- Practice exams never include actual exam questions.
- GIAC recommends leveraging additional study methods for test preparation.