In The Media
- (NY Times) Canadian Killed in Syria Lives On as Pitchman for Jihadis
- July 15, 2014
“Once ISIS expanded into Syria, it was forced to compete with a lot of jihadi groups, and it took the production of its media to a higher level than any other jihadi group had previously created,” said Laith Alkhouri, a senior analyst at Flashpoint Global Partners, a New York security consulting firm that tracks militant websites. “It literally revolutionized how it produced, distributed and translated its message very quickly. The production value is very high.”
The Flashpoint Difference
Where Subject Matter Expertise and Data Analytics Meet
The internet is massive with an overwhelming amount of data, and often times those in charge of security simply don't know where to begin in tracking potential threats. To combat information overload, Flashpoint employs a holistic approach to analyzing the Dark Web by leveraging its world-class subject matter expertise on illicit actors combined with state-of-the-art data gathering and analytics. The result is a treasure trove of searchable, structured data that has already separated the wheat from the chaff where every data point is of high value and relevance.