Gary Price is an American librarian and one of the foremost cataloguers of the “invisible web” whose reputation was first established by his co-founding and co-editing of ResourceShelf and DocuTicker, in partnership with Shirl Kennedy. In 2001 The Invisible Web: Uncovering Information Sources Search Engines Can’t See was published, co-authored with Chris Sherman. He is widely recognized for his ability to blend tools and knowledge to discover the 90% or more of the relevant information available in the shallow (indexed) and deep (unindexed) web. Today he continues to support jinfo (formerly FreePint) and publishes infoDOCKET.
Colin Ehren is an Internet Investigation Consultant with an extensive experience of Government, Police, Corporate and Private Sector investigations. His work encompasses Consultancy, Investigations, Capacity Building and Training.
A former Detective in the Metropolitan Police Confidential Unit, New Scotland Yard, he was UK Government vetted to a high level and was responsible for the development of Confidential and higher classified intelligence by technical exploitation of the Internet, Open and Grey Source material. His work encompassed Organised Crime, Counter Terrorism, National Security, Anti-Corruption, Economic Crime and Child Exploitation related investigations and developed investigation strategies and training in support of these. Upon his retirement from the Police in 2010, he was one of the most experienced Internet Investigators and Trainers in the UK.
As a Consultant Expert and Trainer he has worked with the Basel Institute on Governance, StAR – World Bank, International Forum on Countering Corruption in Procurement (Panama), MANS (NGO), Serious Organised Crime Agency (now NCA), UNODC and CEPOL.
Colin has trained in excess of 5000 Officers, Investigators, Analysts, Researchers and Managers across UK, Europe, South America and Uganda.
Stephen E. Arnold has 40 years experience in the information technology domain, beginning with his work on First.gov. he is the author of many books including three on Google (The Google Legacy, Google Version 2.0, and Google: The Digital Gutenberg) and among the foremost critical observers of the enterprise search marketplace. He has created original Internet capabilities (such as Point — in the top 5% of the Internet at the time) and has been or is an advisor to a wide variety of public and private sector organizations. His most recent book is CyberOSINT: Next Generation Information Access. His newest lecture is Dark Web and Tor Investigative Tools: Tactics, New Products, and Ongoing Developments.
Arno Reuser is one of the handful of multinational kindred spirits who created the international Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) movement that kicked off in 1992 and is now morphing into Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making (M4IS2).