We are pleased to announce two new developments in SITE Intelligence Group’s services.
First, we would like to introduce our new service, Dark Web and Cyber Security Threat service.
Hacking and cyber warfare are becoming increasingly prevalent threats to governments, organizations, and people alike—threatening the privacy, livelihood, and safety of those targeted. The Dark Web and Cyber Security Threat service will monitor and analyze hacking campaigns, groups, and individuals while storing the reports on SITE’s unmatched database for extremism research.
The Dark Web and Cyber Security Threat service will cover activity across all ideologies (or lack thereof)—from solicitation of stolen data on the dark web, to jihadist-inspired cyber-attacks by groups like the Islamic State Hacking Division.
Also changing is SITE’s White Supremacist Threat service, which will be expanded and rebranded as the Far-Right/Far-Left Threat service.
As subscribers to the White Supremacist Threat service may have noticed, the service has been paying increasing attention to growing threats from militia and other communities in addition to white supremacist threats. Expanding our scope with the Far-Right/Far-Left Threat service, SITE will increase its monitoring of these communities while maintaining the same persistent research of white supremacist communities.
This service will also focus on equally dangerous activities by far-left threats, including (but not limited to) those from environmentalist, animal liberation, and anarchist communities.
For the next month, SITE will be providing free trials for both of these services to all subscribers.
If you have any questions, would like to subscribe to either of these services, or do not wish to receive the free trials, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.