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A Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) technology comprised of a Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) with investigative features that enables law enforcement, intelligence and military bodies to conduct intelligence analysis including object recognition, identity recognition, data visualization, and mass data analysis, benefiting public sector entities in fraud investigations, threat detection, border protection, human trafficking investigations, money laundering investigation, disaster management, and evidence management. This Threat Intelligence (TI) capability is crucial for anti-criminal units, from data mining and intelligence gathering all the way to investigations and compliance.

Law Enforcement & Military Intelligence Platform

A Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) technology comprised of a Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) with investigative features that enables law enforcement, intelligence units and military bodies to conduct intelligence analysis including object recognition, identity recognition, data visualization, and mass data analysis, benefiting public sector entities in fraud investigations, threat detection, border protection, human trafficking investigations, money laundering investigation, disaster management, and evidence management. This Threat Intelligence (TI) capability is crucial for anti-criminal units and regulatory bodies, from data mining and intelligence gathering all the way to investigations and compliance.

Coverage and Offering

With security and investigative bodies facing the challenge of sifting through a multitude of data sources within a short period of time, in order to achieve pointed, targeted, and reliable investigations process, there’s a crucial need for knowledge lead, with a proactive intelligence approach at the heart of the process. Therefore, an investigative platform must provide the ability to consolidate data from various sources, internally and externally, and provision it to other systems to achieve a holistic investigation process. This entails:

  • Merging information correctly for a situational overview
  • Detecting relationships between entities from internal and external data sources
  • Dissecting and assigning tasks for special operations and units
  • Increasing the ability to filter out the noise and achieve signal-rich data relations
  • Protecting the data from tampering or interference
In merging the information for a reliable situational awareness, investigative units are provided a platform that enables them to triage information in each area of staff responsibilities, and to expand this overview without discontinuities, combining all available items or data points in the investigations and enabling personnel to draw out the relationships between entities and data points to achieve situational awareness. In other words, a visual capability to connect the dots between various data points related to investigations. On top of that, the situational information is tamper-proof and traceable, allowing investigators to halt any potential interference and trace who may have attempted to interfere.

Use Cases and Benefits

Through this massive amount of data, investigators are able to assign tasks to each units — whether to the forensic examination team, the evidence management team, or the cyber intelligence team — and investigate the data with specific queries to filter it out, merging information from both external and internal sources for a high level and specific correlation processes.

The process of consolidating and analyzing structured, unstructured, and semi-structured data with an intuitive tool, assigned for specific criminal investigation bodies, intelligence apparatuses, and military units plays a huge role in streamlining the investigations cycle, the storing of sensitive data, the correlation of important evidence, and the tasking of specialized personnel, all in one environment. Because much of the information that investigators work with is still stored in an unstructured logs of files, the platform enables them to index and extract useful points from the unstructured files including individuals names, IPs, work locations, and others. In addition, the technology enables personnel to digitize handwritten documents and analyses, and therefore, manage the information in a streamlined way, particularly when presented as court exhibits, speeding up and simplifying the processing of evidence.

And by storing this important evidence once, there is no need to renter it in the future for another case. To add, by assigning the right data in a role-based model, the location of the evidence is clear at all times, including tracing the location using it for a specific case.

The technology applies to various specialized criminal investigative units, such as counter terrorism units. It provides the ability to conduct enhanced searches on specific individuals using specific data points, such as phone numbers, IP addresses, purchases on restricted material, and enables investigators to graphically correlate the information, turning the graphs into evidence in a speedy manner. In addition, it includes the ability to extract and catalogue evidence, and automatically generate reports.

From a Cyber Threat Intelligence standpoint, an investigative capability includes the ability to analyze and classify threats, detect threats with consistent monitoring, prevent threats by implementing the right measures, and respond to incidents after threat assessments are conducted.

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