Paliscope blog

  • May242022

    Redact, highlight and change sensitive information in a report faster and more efficiently

    The story how our newest solution in YOSE™ came alive.

  • May092022

    Five essential actions to take for your cyber security in 2022

    The attacker will always have the benefit of choosing time and attack vector. However, the battle is not lost.

  • May062022

    Meet Margarita: The war scientist who became a cyber analyst

    Already as a teenager, Margarita knew that she wanted to work in national security.

  • May032022

    How to extract and analyze data from Telegram to find key insights into the Ukraine-Russia war

    How to quickly find valuable data in hundreds of thousands of…

  • Apr212022

    How to size your cyber security budget

    In this article, Paliscope’s CEO Rolf Rosenvinge walks you through the steps on how to size your cyber security budget correctly.

  • Mar272022

    Meet Katarina, a committed and communicative Director of Cyber ​​Implementations Services

    We have taken the opportunity to get to know Katarina better.

  • Mar072022

    Meet Michelle Torlén,
    a Cyber Analyst with high analytical skills

    Michelle joined Paliscope because she wanted to make a real impact on society.

  • Feb152022

    Protect your organizations senior executives with Executive monitoring

    Learn about the threat landscape and why it’s harmful to executives…

  • Feb072022

    The Story of Paliscope Link Analytics

    What if we could make everything searchable? This is a blog post by Christian Berg, Deputy CEO of Paliscope.

  • Jan172022

    Four steps to secure digital evidence

    In this article, you’ll learn about four critical steps for securing digital evidence and what can go wrong if not done correctly.

  • Jan052022

    Scraping data from social media platforms

    Joseph Jones give his best advice about how to scrape data on social media platforms.

  • Jan032022

    When to switch from Excel to a more powerful investigation tool

    Five signs that show you should switch from Excel to a more powerful investigation tool.