As the threat landscape of financial services organizations evolves, threat intelligence tools must also transform and advance. Since attackers have become increasingly smarter and creative, regular firewalls are no [...]

Thousand of web sources function as an information library about individuals.  When investigating a person or persons, creating a target profile that brings all of their relevant data together is [...]

Immigration departments face daily challenges as thousands cross their borders that must be protected from dangerous entries. It is the responsibility of immigration department to identify known or potential [...]

In the past decade, society’s communication methods have shifted and transformed. With that, criminals are finding new and different ways to organize crime under the radar. More and more [...]

Today, almost every country worldwide faces forms of drug challenges, be it with drug trafficking or abuse. As we attempt to trace activity, communication challenges arise with drug dealers [...]

Prosecutors and government agencies realize that the dark web is a haven for criminal activity like terror funding, proliferation, arms smuggling and money laundering. Highly encrypted, the dark web [...]

Cyber attacks hit businesses every day. Cybercrime has increased every year as hackers attempt to benefit from vulnerable business systems. Every second, individuals or organizations try to breach a [...]

Social media’s popularity amongst criminals has skyrocketed and continues to grow, generating mass amounts of written content by the second. Text content offers valuable intelligence, particularly when considering hidden [...]

As criminals become increasingly tech savvy their activities often take place online, so it’s absolutely crucial for agencies to keep up to speed with all data sources in efforts [...]

A wide range of threats originating in all corners of the world pose crucial security concerns to many organizations and corporations, including credential leaks, database hacking, and phishing attacks. [...]