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Digital Risk Management: Why Integrating Corporate Teams Is Crucial

Alex Ciarniello October 20, 2020 Cyber Security, Corporate Security, Digital Investigation
Some of the most damaging threats to any enterprise—from data leaks to PR disasters—can now be identified on the open, deep, and dark web.  To address digital risks quickly and minimize hefty fiscal and reputational damages, organizations are turning to digital risk protection and management technologies to keep their digital footprint secure. Read More

Sinking the Iceberg: Why We Need to Redefine the Internet

Alex Ciarniello October 06, 2020 OSINT, Dark Web, Corporate Security
It’s a metaphor the threat intelligence and corporate security world has long been familiar with: the iceberg. Read More

A Wave of Jihadist Propaganda Enabled by Decentralized Platforms

Alex Ciarniello October 01, 2020 Social Media Monitoring, National Defense
In early September 2020, the BBC reported on the “caliphate cache,” a growing online library of over 90,000 Islamic State propaganda files discovered by the Institute of Strategic Dialogue. Read More

Why Effective DRP Solutions Combine Social Media and Dark Web Data

Alex Ciarniello September 01, 2020 Asset Management, Cyber Security, Brand Protection, Corporate Security
If your organization has over 5,000 employees, it’s likely to experience one crisis per year on average. Read More

5 Reasons Online Radicalization Is a Growing National Security Risk

Alex Ciarniello August 25, 2020 Emergency Response, Event Monitoring, National Defense
Until fairly recently, the terms “radicalization” and “extremism” were often conflated with religious terrorism. Government and defense have funnelled significant resources into removing Read More

Feature Release: Asset Monitoring

The Echosec Team August 11, 2020 Asset Management, Information Security, machine learning
Letter From Echosec Systems' CTO, Michael Raypold: In 2014, Echosec Systems set out to make the world’s geo-based social media data available in an easy-to-use search engine. We soon extended this tool, Echosec, to include dark web data and data breaches in our threat intelligence focused add-on, Beacon. Read More

The Value of Reddit as a Threat Intelligence Feed

Alex Ciarniello July 30, 2020 Social Media Monitoring, National Defense
For years, the popular social media platform Reddit has played a cat-and-mouse game with removing its controversial subreddits—and this doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Read More

Online Radicalization: Informing De-Escalation Strategies

Extremism is now one of the most imminent public safety threats in the United States. So far in 2020, over 90% of terrorist attacks and plots have originated under the umbrella of right-wing extremism, in particular. Read More

What is the Boogaloo? Why Fringe Networks are Critical for Addressing Domestic Terrorism

In June 2020, an Air Force sergeant was charged with two counts of murder targeting law enforcement personnel in Oakland and Santa Cruz, California. The killer left behind a tactical vest, igloo patch, and “boog” scrawled in blood on his vehicle—all clear links to the extremist Boogaloo movement. Read More

How Echosec Systems Supports Your Intelligence Cycle

Alex Ciarniello June 30, 2020 OSINT, machine learning, National Defense
The foundation of any intelligence-driven mission is built on the intelligence cycle—a six-step process used by government and defense entities to turn raw information into actionable intelligence. Read More
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