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The Intelligent Security Method

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Our customers are equipped with advanced tools and timely information to forge a proactive security posture. Dots are collected and analyzed. Threats are revealed. Alerts are issued. Investigations are launched. Partners collaborate. It all happens in advance of a potential incident, not after, and gets our customers “left of boom.”

BE METHODICAL

TRAPWIRE is a comprehensive methodology for detecting threats in the planning stages and producing opportunities to prevent terrorist and criminal events. A security posture focused on prevention requires awareness, knowledge and tools. We provide it all in one centralized, highly secure and encrypted platform that is synchronized with our expert services and award-winning support.

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REAL TIME

Threat data provides little value if it is not in the hands of the right people at the right time. TRAPWIRE generates instant awareness for those who need to know.

STRUCTURED BY EXPERIENCE

TRAPWIRE data is shaped during input using methodologies developed through decades of real-world law enforcement, anti-terrorism, and intelligence operations experience. The resulting output provides our clients with actionable, timely information on threats facing their personnel and assets.

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CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS

“Our continued interaction with TRAPWIRE is, without question, the most impactful and beneficial relationship we have established to protect our people and assets.”

Senior Vice President | Hotel & Casino Security

“The extensive toolset we now have in TRAPWIRE is something we had been missing. This system has filled a significant gap in our operations.”

Senior Corporate Security Executive | Private Sector

“TRAPWIRE has proven to be exactly the type of predictive analytical tool I had been looking for to protect DPS facilities and personnel from both terrorist and criminal events. DPS Troopers, Agents, and officers are still benefiting from the TrapWire surveillance detection training they received almost two years ago.”

Senior Official | Texas Department of Public Safety

“I see these indicators all the time, I just never knew what they were or what to do with them.”

Security Officer | Private Sector

“I wish I had had this training 20 years ago…I would have been doing my job very differently.”

Police Officer | London Metropolitan Police Department

Recent Articles

 

24 Mar

London Attacks: Indications of Pre-Attack Preparations

TRAPWIRE BLOG

  The attack against the Palace of Westminster and innocent civilians along Westminster Bridge continues to follow a recent pattern of terror incidents, namely, an asymmetrical attack using common items such as vehicles and knives against crowded, public targets. At first glance, the attacks in Nice, Berlin and London would appear to be random acts of violence carried out by lone-wolves radicalized on-line, with little pre-attack preparation.

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04 Apr

TRAPWIRE Launches New Threat Detection System

COMPANY INFO

PR NEWSWIRE

RESTON, Va., April 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — TrapWire Inc. launched the newest version of their flagship threat detection and analysis system on 3 April 2017. TrapWire 7.0 includes advanced analytic tools, a user-specific threat alert capability, mass warning and notification mobile apps, and a national secure communications platform. Version 7.0 provides a true Common Operating Picture platform for the ingestion,

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20 Oct

Potentially Malicious Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Increases

NEWS COMMENTARY

This is an interesting report by the Combating Terrorism Center on the threats posed by drones and other unmanned aerial systems. At TRAPWIRE, we have noted a significant increase in the number of UAS-related incidents reported by both our private and public sector clients over the past 18 months. These incidents have often occurred at or near critical infrastructure, military installations and public venues. Regardless of whether the UAS operator was identified,

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