Challenge

The amount of public data contained in cyberspace is growing fast and it is becoming difficult for organisations to manually detect and handle all of the relevant information.

Various search engines can find a lot of publicly available information about a certain company, individual, group, or even a country. However, traditional search engines that scan links, such as, for example, Google, do not always reach the required information. In addition, manual detection of relevant information in public sources, especially when there is a lack of information processing skills, is inefficient and expensive.

Our approach

In government institutions analysis of publicly available information (government reports, budgets, meeting minutes, newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, websites, blogs, forums, social networks, etc.) is often referred to as open source intelligence (OSINT). Mature business organizations also use digital surveillance instruments for reputation management, business intelligence, market and competition analysis, intellectual property and brand protection as well as monitoring of distribution channels.

Digital surveillance helps organizations understand and manage digital risk, detect unwanted material that appears on the Internet and make decisions based on the domain of structured and unstructured information. With digital surveillance tools organisations reduce time expenditure and cost, reach new sources of information and make better use of them.

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