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Smart People,
Targeted Technology

Business Risk Intelligence (BRI) derived from the Deep & Dark Web requires the
right mix of people, data, and technology, to provide organizations with the
unique contextual intelligence they need to make more informed decisions.

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Years immersed in impenetrable online regions culminates in elite tradecraft

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Our analysts’ keen insights drive targeted data acquisition at scale to maximize efficiency, accuracy, and relevancy

The Deep & Dark Web

Harboring illicit activities and critical data, these exclusive online regions are inaccessible without advanced technologies and specialized expertise
Stored, Structured, and Sanitized
Safely access historical and near real-time data from dangerous venues across the Deep & Dark Web in one structured platform

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REPORTING
Our analysts’ most critical findings, hand-picked, prioritized, and packaged in intra-daily reports

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Tools to access and perform research on Deep & Dark Web data in order to discover valuable insights

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Innovating the risk landscape
Our analysts scour the Deep & Dark Web at scale to pinpoint current and emerging cyber and physical threats so organizations can effectively deploy security measures to mitigate risk.
Our people are paramount
Flashpoint’s multilingual intelligence analysts have been mapping uncharted regions of the internet for over a decade. Their intimate familiarity with the Deep & Dark Web affords exclusive access to these impenetrable communities.
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Risk
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Applications

Business Risk Intelligence (BRI)

Business Risk Intelligence (BRI) broadens the scope of intelligence beyond threat detection in the cyber domain to provide relevant context to business units not traditionally afforded the benefits of intelligence from the Deep & Dark Web. By informing decision-making and improving preparation, BRI mitigates risk across the enterprise.


BRI can not only bolster cybersecurity but also confront fraud, detect insider threats, enhance physical security, assess M&A opportunities, and address vendor risk and supply chain integrity. The results are better decisions that protect a company’s ability to operate.

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Business Risk

Uncover the missing insightsUse BRI to elevate your intelligence vantage point to illuminate risk blind spots. Learn how our analysts’ keen insights and Deep & Dark Web discoveries are empowering organizations to make informed decisions.

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February 8, 2017 Emerging Tax Fraud Schemes in the Aftermath of 2016 Healthcare Breaches

From Healthcare Hackers to Tax Fraudsters

February 7, 2017 Flashpoint Case Study: Aflac

Aflac's top priority is to remain as informed and protected from potential threats and vulnerabilities as possible.

January 11, 2017 Business Risk Intelligence – Decision Report

2016 Year in Review and 2017 Flashpoints

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Blog

February 14, 2017Psychology of an Eastern European Cybercriminal: Mindset Drives BehaviorMost conversations about the Eastern European cybercrime landscape focus heavily on the specific threats originating from this community of actors. For security practitioners and intelligence analysts, this often means in-depth technical analysis on everything from new strains of malware and emerging fraud schemes to zero-day vulnerabilities and large-scale DDoS attacks. While such information is undoubtedly […]Read more
February 13, 2017Human-Powered Intelligence or Automated Intelligence? Why Organizations Need BothAs we head into RSA Conference in San Francisco, I’ve spent time thinking about the various approaches to cyber threat intelligence (CTI) and how they do or do not actually help organizations mitigate risk. I’ve previously touched on the limitations of open web intelligence and the scale and skill it takes to build a real, […]Read more
January 31, 2017Jihadists React to President Trump’s Executive OrderKey Takeaways • Since President Trump’s inauguration, jihadists have discussed what they perceive to be growing anti-Islamic sentiment in the United States, with many claiming that the U.S. is showing its “true face.” • This chatter has increased since President Trump’s executive order on January 27, 2017, which banned travel from several Muslim-majority countries, including […]Read more
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Events

March 7, 2017 - Flashpoint events
e-Crime & Cybersecurity CongressEntering its 15th year, the e-Crime & Cybersecurity Congress (March 7 – 8) is one of Europe’s largest and most sophisticated gathering of senior cybersecurity professionals from international business, governments, law enforcement and intelligence agencies. Read more
March 9, 2017 - Speaking Engagements
International Conference on Cryptography and Network Security (ICCNS 2017) - 3/9/17 - 3/10/17Vitali Kremez, Director, Hunt Team @ Flashpoint, will lead a presentation titled, “Lessons Learned from Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) Organized Campaigns.”Read more
April 30, 2017 - Flashpoint events
FS-ISAC Annual Summit - 4/30/17 - 5/3/17Read more
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