The Intelligent Security Method™
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.”
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.
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.
“Our continued interaction with TRAPWIRE is, without question, the most impactful and beneficial relationship we have established to protect our people and assets.”
“The extensive toolset we now have in TRAPWIRE is something we had been missing. This system has filled a significant gap in our operations.”
“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.”
“I see these indicators all the time, I just never knew what they were or what to do with them.”
“I wish I had had this training 20 years ago…I would have been doing my job very differently.”
Potential Security Threats Posed by Social Media and Other Apps
Note: On July 19 we issued the following bulletin to our clients within the TRAPWIRE platform. Given recent reporting indicating that the Munich shooter may have lured victims with a social media posting, we have decided to make this threat analysis public.
View original bulletin PDF
Pokémon Go App
We have seen a number of suspicious activity reports detailing incidents involving individuals and groups playing the augmented reality app Pokémon Go.
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Al-Shabab hits Hotel Ambassador in Somalia’s Mogadishu
June 2, 2016
“They want to send a message that although they might have lost control of the city, they can still carry out such attacks with audacity.”
Based on initial reporting, it appears Al-Shabaab used a “double tap” operation to attack the Ambassador Hotel in downtown Mogadishu on Wednesday.