The rapid expansion of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has provided new avenues for jihadist and terrorist groups to recruit, finance, plan, and incite attacks. SITE monitors covert discussions and provides vital intelligence on jihadist and terrorist use of social media platforms, apps, messaging forums, mobile devices, the Dark Web and other forms of ICT, as well as threats and other communications issued by jihadist and terrorist hacking groups. SITE analyzes which technologies are most frequently used, and how these groups are responding and adapting to regulating measures.
In light of this growing threat, SITE’s Dark Web and Cyber Security Threat service will be provided on a complimentary basis to all subscribers for a limited time, with special promotional pricing for those interested in subscribing and staying up to date on future developments.
The service is designed for ICT companies and regulating agencies aimed at preventing and responding to jihadist and terrorist use of online platforms, as well as public and private institutions targeted by cyberattacks.
New alerts are circulated by email, and all content is catalogued in SITE’s interactive and easily navigable database, comprised of tens of thousands of tagged reports. Multimedia, such as video or audio messages, are also streamed through our website.
SITE’s team of expert analysts are uniquely qualified to provide 24/7 monitoring of material that is challenging to locate, assess and contextualize changes in the rapidly developing ICT sector.
SITE’s Dark Web and Cyber Security monitoring service is available in two versions: enterprise and individual. Special rates are available for non-profit institutions. For details and subscription information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.