Visualizing Complex Networks: How to Build a Picture of Threat Groups Using Targeted Intelligence

Visualizing Complex Networks: How to Build a Picture of Threat Groups Using Targeted Intelligence
2020-02-04 Sara Ekberg

EXPERT WEBINAR:

Visualizing complex networks: How to build a picture of threat groups using targeted intelligence

The rise in terrorism has resulted in an increased need to map terrorist and state-linked espionage networks with expert precision and efficiency. At the same time, there’s a need for an easier way to identify and catalogue individuals associated with malign groups.

This webinar will demonstrate how Paliscope Discovry can enable law enforcement, government and military organisations to build an accurate picture of terrorist and armed groups, and further explore individuals of interest.

In this specific session, we will map the European network associated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) – Qods Force.

Feb 19, 2020 3.00 pm – 4.00 pm CET

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What you will learn:

  • How to effectively identify and grade intelligence from online sources.
  • How to collect targeted intelligence from social media.
  • How to use Paliscope’s new Visualize feature to map complex threat groups such as, in the case of this webinar, the European network associated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) – Qods Force.
  • How to create an informative intelligence report containing individual profile packs of individuals associated with the IRGC – Qods Force to aid law enforcement and government intelligence decision-making.

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Speaker

Joseph Jones

Joseph Jones is a former soldier from the British Army Intelligence Corps and a former UK National Crime Agency officer with more than 15 years of intelligence-gathering and investigative experience. Joseph formed Strategy Nord, a risk management and intelligence training company that specializes in providing solutions for governmental and inter-governmental organizations in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.

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