SITE’s inaugural Technology and Terrorism report is a must-read for those seeking to understand how groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda use the internet to recruit, finance, and incite violence.

The Technology and Terrorism report is a one-of-a-kind study, providing a fundamental guide for ICT companies and regulating agencies to help combat terrorism online. The report provides a comprehensive analysis of which platforms terrorists are using, the purposes those platforms serve, how terrorists sidestep security protocols, and the online entities that work to proliferate terrorist accounts and content.

The following spaces and platform-types are examined in detail:

  • Major and alternative social media platforms
  • Streaming, file-sharing, cloud, and pasting services
  • Encrypted and unencrypted messenger applications
  • Web archiving services
  • Blogging and webhosting platforms
  • Deep Web and Dark Web locations
Technology and Terrorism reports are part of SITE’s series of periodic inSITE Reports, applying SITE’s unparalleled monitoring of terrorist communications online to provide timely and comprehensive reporting and trend analyses.

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