2-DAY TRAINING 1: Threat Intelligence Using Maltego


CAPACITY: 20 pax


EUR1599 (early bird)

EUR1999 (normal)

Early bird registration rate ends on the 13th of January


The IT security and intelligence community love Maltego – whether it be mapping a target’s infrastructure or profiling a person’s sphere of influence.

During this course we will help you unlock the true potential and raw power of Maltego – from helping you to understand the underlying technologies to exploring the full potential of Maltego’s analytic capabilities. Join us and we’ll show you how to navigate and map the Internet’s darkest rivers…

From stalking^H^H^Hfinding people and who influence them to uncovering internal IP addresses and technology used at major corporations this course will propel you into the world of open source intelligence feet first. Expect to be shocked out at how much data is ‘out there’ and what people can do with it as well as how you can reach this data for both defending and attacking.

This is a 2 day hands-on course packed with practical exercises using real world data, giving participants real world experience with the tool whilst being trained by the very people that developed the tool. Bring your overalls and expect to get your hands dirty!

Who Should Attend

This course offers skillsets that apply to almost anyone interested in gathering information and gaining intelligence. Specifically people in the following industries will benefit greatly:

  • Open source intelligence
  • IT security
  • Law enforcement or intelligence
  • Data mining

Prerequisite Knowledge

  • Basic knowledge of OSINT and networking and DNS. Understanding how Internet services work is an advantage.

Hardware / Software Requirements

  • NB NB! Bring your own EXTERNAL mouse!
  • The laptop should be of a reasonable specification, we recommend at least 8GB of RAM with at least 16GB of disk space free and ideally be VTX compatible.
  • Ethernet connection preferred.


  • Day 1:
    • Introduction to Maltego and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
    • How to get the most out of the tool – the tips and tricks that we regularly use in investigations.
    • Importing and exporting data to/from Maltego.
    • Mapping organizations on infrastructure level.
    • Classifying infrastructure.
    • Determining technologies used by a company and idenitifying possible weak spots.
  • Day 2:
    • Attribution – find the people and organisations behind the infrastructure we found on day 1.
    • Techniques to find, profile and influence individuals or groups of people
    • Working with social networks, geotagged pictures, devices and aliases.
    • Spheres of influence around individuals.


Location: Training Rooms Date: April 11, 2017 Time: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Roelof Temmingh Andrew Macpherson