OSKA Research has been created to support companies, businesses and organisations to acquire information for performance improvement.
BIG DATA is extremely large data sets that may be analysed computationally to reveal patterns, trends, and associations, relating to human behaviour and interactions.
Diversity is the understanding that each individual is unique and recognizing our individual differences.
Consultancy Services Include :-
- Research Specialist Internet Open Source
- Due Diligence
- Deep Web Research
- Information Gathering for Threat and Risk Analysis
- Information Technology Management
- Communication Data Systems
- Project/Program Management
- Stakeholder Management
- Business Change (Technical, Cultural, Diverse)
- High Level Strategic Presentations & Plan Completion
- Law Enforcement Specialist
- Evidential Continuity
- Advisory Services
Open source internet research (OSINT) is the collection and analysis of information that is gathered from public, or open, sources. The Oskaresearch team will complete the following: -
Acquire - Assess - Analysis - Present
Internet of Things - Policing and Security
"Internet of Things (IOT) -- Policing and Security" will be a feasibility project to ascertain the capability of utilizing and developing an IOT platform to be configured to collect information from internet enabled devices being used for security and safety purpose in residential and commercial business environments. Such as CCTV, mobile devices and locking systems. This platform could then be used by law enforcement and security establishments for the protection of vulnerable persons or property and retrieval of evidential material..
OSKA Research is now seeking funding for this project to be undertaken. Also seeking stakeholders in the form of Technology companies to be involved. Below is a high level flowchart of the proposed platform.
Contact us for more information and full project plan!
Below details taken from the Information Commissioners Office (I.C.O.) Privacy Impact Assessment document.
What do we mean by privacy? Privacy, in its broadest sense, is about the right of an individual to be let alone. It can take two main forms, and these can be subject to different types of intrusion: -
Physical privacy - the ability of a person to maintain their own physical space or solitude. Intrusion can come in the form of unwelcome searches of a person’s home or personal possessions, bodily searches or other interference, acts of surveillance and the taking of bio-metric information
Informational privacy – the ability of a person to control, edit, manage and delete information about themselves and to decide how and to what extent such information is communicated to others. Intrusion can come in the form of collection of excessive personal information, disclosure of personal information without consent and misuse of such information. It can include the collection of information through the surveillance or monitoring of how people act in public or private spaces and through the monitoring of communications whether by post, phone or online and extends to monitoring the records of senders and recipients as well as the content of messages.
Below is a proportionate view of the latest information encompassing Cyber Security, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and other interesting reports relating to Information Security and Data Management.
OSKA Research bringing you legal open source information!