Soteria Intelligence is pleased to announce the company’s most recent research focused on analyzing anonymous social media threats as well as counter-messaging strategies to combat criminal and terrorist activity on social networks.
One of the biggest threats educational institutions face today is the use of anonymous messaging applications that have become a vehicle for delivering a wide variety of threats. Given the perceived anonymity of posts on such networks, Soteria Intelligence’s research indicates that individuals often make more direct and violent threats when compared to threats that have been made on Twitter and other social networks in the past.
Soteria Intelligence’s research on analyzing anonymous social media threats explores the use of linguistic pattern recognition to compare activity on public social networks where individuals have profiles (they’re identifiable) with activity taking place on anonymous social networks. “The goal is to identify patterns as a way of revealing those who choose to operate under a veil of secrecy,” stated Aaron Schoenberger, CEO of Soteria Intelligence.
Given the current threat landscape, Soteria Intelligence has also invested in research aimed at not only identifying and analyzing threats posted on social networks, but also effective counter-messaging solutions aimed at message suppression and mitigating damage. After five years of research and testing with many accomplishments along the way, Soteria Intelligence will now be offering counter-messaging consulting and also counter-messaging as part of the company’s incident response services.
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