Open Source Web Intelligence
For law enforcement, national security, intelligence, and other government agencies
|At A Glance|
The Role and Challenges of Open Source Web Intelligence
The Internet can be a valuable information resource for law enforcement, national security, intelligence, and other government agencies in their efforts to neutralize terror and crime. The Internet is probably the largest source of data today, with the potential to provide valuable, real-time intelligence from social networking sites, information agencies, governmental sources, commercial sources, and a variety of other organizations.
However, agencies face many challenges in transforming Internet content into Actionable Intelligence: huge quantities of structured and unstructured information, deep Web content, applications, languages, and types of media, coupled with the constant risk that investigations will be exposed.
Verint Open Source Web Intelligence Solutions
Verint FOCAL-INFO collects and analyzes open source Web content, continuously visiting a multitude of web sources and extracting and analyzing the public information they hold.
Then, FOCAL-INFO uses this information to generate statistics, sentiment ranking, a virtually unlimited number of customized alerts and early warnings, and more. Using FOCAL-INFO, agencies can rapidly identify trends and perpetrators and reveal, profile, and track potential targets. Read more about FOCAL-INFO.
- Enhances investigations by transforming huge volumes of open-source web content into structured, meaningful information for further analysis and investigation
- Helps agencies collect open-source Web content securely and without interruption
- Provides valuable intelligence on trends, criminals, and terrorists
- Identifies potential targets and helps agencies profile and track targets through visualizations of related links and activities