Recorded Future for Corporate Security Monitoring

Recorded Future creates an index of past, present and predicted events from over 150,000 online sources and provides visualization tools to help analysts harness the predictive power of the web. Here’s another interesting use case for Recorded Future, this time from their website:

Recorded Future for Corporate Security monitoring allows security professionals to track the online threats real-time. Analysis tools provide early warning signals and indicators of events that may impact your physical business locations, critical supply chain facilities, or personnel. We’ve been continuously mining the web for over three years, which means solutions are turn-key, saving you time and money.

For example- protests, social unrest, and physical security threats are widely organized and discussed online. Recorded Future collects and indexes mentioned locations, stakeholders, and targets around event dates to reveal past trends as well as expected future events. This reduces the burden on risk analysts aggregating and scanning news, improves situational awareness, and supports more efficient and comprehensive support of your mission or corporate assets. It’s never been easier for security professionals to track the current and forecast state of geopolitical affairs and social unrest around the world.

Custom Activity Thresholds and Alerts

Recorded Future quickly aggregates, scores, and displays past- and future-oriented observations from the web, offers simple email alert updates, and provides a statistically baselined status indicators by location.

Mission Critical Locations

You define the scope of interest, and we empower analysts to quickly answer questions like “What is the status of unrest in Santiago?” or “What events will occur next week in Kuala Lumpur?”

Real Time Data Feed and 5-Year Archive

Recorded Future continuously harvests more than 150,000+ open web sources in multiple languages, as well as a comprehensive historical archive. With Recorded Future there’s no waiting for content to aggregate.

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