THE LATEST INCIDENTS IN AFRICA
The 2019 Protests: An Algerian Spring?21st March 2019 10:54AM
The 2019 protests across Algeria are calling for government reforms, an end to corruption and for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step away from leadership.
The Threat of Al-Shabaab to Somalia in 201926th February 2019 11:09AM
Al-Shabaab continues to pose a threat to the stability of Somalia, and the group is linked to at least 55 percent of all recorded incidents in the country since 01 September 2018.
Attack on the Dusit Hotel Complex in Riverside, Nairobi: What Happened?16th January 2019 11:52AM
The attack on the Dusit Hotel comes at a time when Al Shabaab has sustained heavy losses in recent months and are losing control of territory in strategic areas of Somalia, we've analysed the timeline...
Artificial Intelligence in Security: Using Machine Learning for Situational Awareness16th January 2019 10:05AM
Artificial Intelligence in security can provide a wealth of advantages, but can we rely solely on algorithms and social media for effective and accurate threat intelligence?
How Intelligence Fusion Is Combating Fake News6th December 2018 14:46PM
Fake news can be a threat to an organisation in more ways than one. And with the phenomenon spreading wider and faster than ever before, what is fake news and how can you stop it affecting business?
The Best Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Tools and Techniques16th November 2018 15:50PM
We’ve trained 100s of analysts with our open source intelligence course and now we're sharing the ultimate list of OSINT tools, techniques and websites available online.
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The Attempted Assassination of Al-Nadori: Geolocating a Car Bomb in Libya20th April 2018 13:20PM Author: Brendan Clifford
General Khalifa Haftar, the most powerful man in eastern Libya, is currently vegetative in a French military hospital. His coalition, the Libyan National Army (LNA), is at risk of fracturing without h...
Mali Security Situation Report 201819th April 2018 12:57PM Author: Viraj Pattni
There are a plethora of driving factors that influence the security situation and consequently the operational environment in Mali. Not only are these related to macro and micro political, climatic an...
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s Violent Future5th April 2018 12:50PM Author: Brendan Clifford
The Democratic Republic of Congo lapses into ungovernability. President Kabila, in power for most of this century, continues to provide flimsy excuses for why the 2016 elections were postponed to late...
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