Technology as an Input and Output of Intelligence Analysis

Technology as an Input and Output of Intelligence Analysis

April 10, 2018, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: Sands 304, Level 1

This session will explain how the use of technology—from social media monitoring tools to quantitative data analytics and incident collection algorithms—can contribute to effective intelligence analysis. The use of technology for intelligence will be highlighted for several thematic areas, including protection of facilities and high-profile individuals, investigations, as well as travel risk. Finally, the presentation will consider how finished intelligence analysis can be used as an input for follow-up and continued security risk management using technology.

Learning Objectives:

1. List at least three factors that necessitate the increased use of technology in intelligence analysis.
2. Describe how technology serves as an input for intelligence analysis in protective intelligence investigations, cyber threat investigations, and travel risk intelligence.
3. Explain at least two ways in which intelligence analysis can lead to further need for leveraging technology for purposes of risk management.


  • Daniil Davydoff


    Manager, Global Security Intelligence

    AT-RISK International

    Daniil Davydoff is Manager of Global Security Intelligence for AT-RISK International. In this role, he directs delivery of all intelligence-related...


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