Category: Geopolitical Intelligence

Speaking via Omission: RT’s Primary Coverage in English and Russian

Speaking via Omission: RT’s Primary Coverage in English and Russian

August 29, 2019 • Insikt Group®

Insikt Group analyzes Recorded Future’s collection of references from RT to assess if any differences exist between reporting in English and Russian.

Chinese State Media Seeks to Influence International Perceptions of Hong Kong Protests

Chinese State Media Seeks to Influence International Perceptions of Hong Kong Protests

August 22, 2019 • Insikt Group®

Insikt Group analyzes data to determine how the Chinese state exploits social media to influence Western public perceptions of the Hong Kong protests.

Iranian Threat Actor Amasses Large Cyber Operations Infrastructure Network to Target Saudi Organizations

June 26, 2019 • Insikt Group®

Insikt Group profiled an Iranian threat actor's domain and hosting infrastructure to identify recent activity and better understand the group’s TTPs.

The New Cyber Insecurity: Geopolitical and Supply Chain Risks From the Huawei Monoculture

June 10, 2019 • Priscilla Moriuchi

We explain how the breadth of technologies and services provided by Huawei is emblematic of an evolved and comprehensive technology supply chain threat.

Geopolitics: An Overlooked Influencer in Cyber Operations

February 28, 2019 • The Recorded Future Team

At RFUN 2018, Jeannette Dickens-Hale and Danika Blessman of NTT Security gave a presentation on geopolitical influences, international behavior, and more.

Making Geopolitics Relevant: One Belt, Road, and Query at a Time

November 30, 2018 • David Peduto

At RFUN 2018, three Recorded Future experts provided real-world examples of using threat intelligence to make geopolitics more relevant for organizations.

Enabling OSINT in Activity-Based Intelligence (ABI)

August 31, 2016 • Lauren Zabierek

ABI requires access to all available sources of data. Recorded Future allows analysts to observe structured data on the open, deep, and dark web.

Explosive Growth in ISIS Tweets: Arabic Overtakes English

February 25, 2015 • Staffan

Analysis by Recorded Future of ISIS Twitter activity during 2014 and 2015 shows there has been some explosive growth.

ISIS Jumping from Account to Account, Twitter Trying to Keep Up

September 3, 2014 • Staffan Truvé

Open source analysis shows ISIS supporters will create a new Twitter account, usually under a similar name, immediately after their profile is suspended.

Al-Qaeda and Snowden: Correlation, Causation, and Temporal Analysis

August 6, 2014 • Christopher Ahlberg

Our recent analysis theorized the Snowden leaks influenced Al-Qaeda's crypto product innovation.