Threat Pattern Launches, Bringing Intelligence Analysis Techniques from the United States Intelligence Community to Corporate Clients

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Threat Pattern offers its clients an agile, aggressive, and discrete intelligence, counterintelligence, and cyber due diligence capability, leveraging social media and big data analytic techniques.

Threat Pattern announced today that it has publicly launched, after almost a year of research and planning. Formed by former leaders from the US intelligence community, experts in social media and big data analytics, and leading investors, Threat Pattern is using intelligence analysis techniques similar to those used by the United States intelligence community to protect corporate assets and brand.

“Companies can now leverage big data analytics, social media intelligence, and traditional open sources in concert to anticipate and proactively address security and public relations threats,” said Blake W. Mobley, Co-founder and CEO of Threat Pattern. “We’re using expert intelligence techniques to convert an overwhelming flood of security-relevant data into actionable solutions—I’m excited to be a part of this ground-breaking work.”

Threat Pattern’s current clients include companies working in finance and biotechnology as well as high net worth and high profile individuals.

“Threat Pattern is fundamentally changing the way that its clients protect their assets, conduct due diligence and analyze risks and opportunities” said J. Todd Morley, Founder and Chairman of G2 Investment Group. “The combination of geopolitical uncertainty and increased cyber-crime make Threat Pattern’s services essential.” Morley is an angel investor in Threat Pattern and has advised its work on behalf of private equity and financial services firms.

Threat Pattern provides accessible and actionable assessments of key internal and external threats to their client’s investments, intellectual property, leaders, facilities, personnel, and corporate brand and reputation. It offers clients an agile, aggressive, and discrete intelligence, counterintelligence, and cyber due diligence capability by tapping into data from more than 100 million social media and online sources in addition to U.S. and international public records and numerous traditional open sources.

Trevor Neilson, a Los Angeles based entrepreneur and investor known as Co-Founder of Global Philanthropy Group is also Co-Founder of Threat Pattern.

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