We analyse and process information to meet our clients’ needs.
Our OSINT (open source) and HMINT (human intelligence) reports are produced by a multidisciplinary team which obtains and analyses information based on a variety of operations adapted to suit our clients´ needs. Thus, allowing our clients to make better decisions in line with their interests, identify possible threats and take advantage of opportunities in a complex global environment.
Intelligence is a multi-faceted process which offers added value by supplementing data collection with processing and analysis.
WHAT IS IT USED FOR?
- Location and Background of a specific individual.
- Online reputation of a user or company.
- Corporate, managerial and financial situation of a company.
- Analysis of threats facing a company in the short and long term.
- Assessment of market trends.
- Market analysis for marketing campaign launches.
- Comprehensive strategic, tacit and operational solutions.
- Planning and implementation of comprehensive preventive security measures.
- Up-to-date information and monitoring of disinformation.
- Counterintelligence in response to industrial or economic espionage.
- Detection of content about brands or products published on social media, negative opinions or confrontational users who may cause a crisis or pose a risk to the company.
- Prospective analysis to anticipate future events.
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WHAT IS OSINT?
The term has been used in the United States since 1941 to refer to ‘Open Source Intelligence’ or intelligence derived from information available in the public domain, obtained by checking open sources. The process involves a first stage of searching (obtaining and selecting) information, followed by its processing and analysis, in order to acquire useful knowledge applicable to a number of different fields. OSINT is a vital tool for any investigation.
WHAT IS HUMINT?
Also known as classic intelligence, HUMINT refers to any information deriving from human sources, whose testimony may provide valuable insight. It is one of the oldest tools used to obtain information. Information acquired via human sources must undergo thorough analysis before it is used for decision-making.
PLANNING THE PROCESS
Open Sources (social networks, forums, blogs, etc.) provide an opportunity to explore the trail left by an individual online: their digital footprint.
The Digital Footprint of a person allows us to analyse:
- Their Location
- Their activity and digital presence
- Their interests and relations
By analysing their Digital Footprint, we can produce a 360º picture of any individual, analysing their behaviour, and possible risks or opportunities for an organization.
This service objective is to analyse the information available on the internet of potential partners, consumers and suppliers. Through a service of Digital Screening we can analyse relations of interests, networks of people, bots and business; allowing the detection of:
- Potential threats
- Traces of illicit activities
- Doubtful behaviours
- Business background
Monitoring of content published on social networks, press, blogs and other digital platforms generating early alerts on high-risk situations.
Digital Surveillance is a 24/7 service conducted on companies, public figures, institutions or governments, with the use of highly specialized tools.
These tools allow our intelligence analyst to detect:
- What is said and who says it
- Activity trends
- Online Reputation
- Smear Campaigns
- Threats and opportunities for the client
Through the service of Virtual HUMINT we create and develop avatars (virtual identities) to interact with users or people in digital environments
Thanks to Virtual HUMINT, information is collected anonymously in order to:
- Identify possible threatening actors
- Establish strategic contacts
- Relate to groups and environments of difficult access
- Long-term contact with sources of information
- Direct contact with targets
We can detect behaviours that could be constitutive of cybercrime on digital platforms, specially in social networks. These cybercrimes could be:
- Cyberstalking or cyberbullying
- Injury and Slander
Through different tools, information is obtained that helps to prove a cybercrime is being committed by one or more subjects.
We also offer complementary services, such as Digital Certificates that help to certify the content detected online and the Legal Removal of specific content.