Recorded Future Shares Intelligence Insights Deep in the Heart of Texas
By Greg Barrette on June 1, 2017
The intelligence community will be coming together June 4-7 in San Antonio, Texas at the GEOINT Symposium, the world’s largest gathering of industry, academia, and government intelligence stakeholders. As it relates to national security intelligence, GEOINT is the place to be, so of course Recorded Future will be there, providing insight to how activity-based intelligence (ABI), powered by data neutral and structured intelligence, can help organizations identify emerging threats.
ABI in Real-World Scenarios
On Monday, June 5, Recorded Future’s Lauren Zabierek will facilitate a training session on “Activity-Based Intelligence and the GEO/Cyber Nexus,” from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at River Level 007A. Building upon the 2016 textbook Activity-Based Intelligence: Principles and Applications by Dr. Patrick Biltgen and Stephen Ryan, this course will incorporate demonstrations of ABI principles applied to real-world data provided by Recorded Future’s threat intelligence product.
The training is sold out due to its popularity, but you can add your name to the waiting list by contacting us today.
Swing by the Booth
Stop by Booth 918 to meet with the Recorded Future team and view a live demo of how we combine patented machine learning and the largest collection of threat data to deliver real-time intelligence. In addition to new information about how to power your threat intelligence program, you’ll walk away with one of our coveted “Marty the Martian” T-shirts.
We look forward to seeing everyone there. If you can’t make it to San Antonio but are interested in learning more about how relevant intelligence can help your organization, schedule an online demo with our analyst team from the convenience of your office.