Our founder Laith Alkhouri presented to law enforcement and intelligence professionals at Digipol Dark Web Conference in Hyderabad, India, on cyberterrorism history, landscape and use cases, in addition to presenting on Proactive Intelligence Design and Risk Intelligence
Our founder Laith Alkhouri coauthored an investigative piece for Militant Wire on Russian speaking pro ISIS networks fundraising online using Russian banking systems and crypto, with funds earmarked for alleged ISIS families held at Syrian detention camps.
Our founder Laith Alkhouri coauthored an article for Eurasianet with Militant Wire cofounder Lucas Webber on ISIS in Afghanistan recruitment efforts targeting Uzbek nationals, exploring their interconnected online channels to reach more Central Asian sympathizers.
Our founder Laith Alkhouri coauthored an article for Eurasianet with Militant Wire cofounder Lucas Webber, including original research, on ISIS-K launching a new propaganda wing aimed at recruiting and indoctrinating Tajik nationals and potentially recruiting from Central Asia.
Our founder Laith Alkhouri coauthored a piece for Militant Wire investigating the relationships between ISIS in Afghanistan mouthpiece and the emergent pro ISIS translation and archiving service I'lam Foundation, showcasing the former's pursuit of a global audience. Piece authored with Militant Wire cofounder Lucas Webber.
Our founder Laith Alkhouri coauthored an article for Eurasianet with Militant Wire cofounder Lucas Webber, including original research, uncovering terrorism financing methods employed by a Tajik ISIS network using Russian financial institutions.
Now based in the United Arab Emirates, Flashpoint co-founder Laith Alkhouri has recently launched the intelligence technologies distributor Intelonyx, which already has some heavyweight cyber threat intelligence partnerships.
Our founder Laith Alkhouri will be speaking at the 2022 annual MachinaRecord Cyber Intelligence Summit in Tokyo, Japan. Laith will be addressing a mixed audience of public and private sector leaders and analysts on the importance of architecting intelligence operations.
CEO Laith Alkhouri speaks at IS2 Summit in Prague on the current and future landscape of cyberterrorism, with a focus on contemporary terrorist groups and their cyber capabilities.
CEO Laith Alkhouri keynotes MachinaRecord's 2021 annual summit on proactive threat intelligence and why it's a combination of humans and technologies with intelligence operations in mind.
CEO Laith Alkhouri moderates a key panel at the 2021 NYPD Cyber Intelligence & Counterterrorism Conference on the future of contemporary terrorist groups.
With cyberspace ever more ubiquitous, and countless tools, apps and online tutorials at our fingertips – coupled with opportunism and perseverance – we are very likely to observe terrorists inculcating offensive cyber technology in their toolbox to achieve political ends in the near future.
Threat Intelligence – what seems to be a streamlined field today – lacks regular, long term expert training and specialized customization, which is crucial for improving security vigilance, and this could tremendously sway its optimization.
The logic is simple: curbing their reliance on third parties can help preserve data integrity, minimize the potential of confidentiality compromise, reduce the timeframe between intelligence production and dissemination, and raise the bar in the combined expertise of in-house analysts.
CEO Laith Alkhouri's Chapter on Cyberterrorism, published by KU Leuven University, addresses the landscape of terrorists' utilization of technology and cyberspace, a historical look at the roots and applications of terrorists' use of the Internet, their growth to the present time, and their trajectory in the near future, drawing on original research, insights, and predictive analysis. It further addresses global concerns regarding terrorists' potential to launch hacking attack and weaponize drones.
Laith Alkhouri testifies before The United States House Committee on Homeland Security on the terrorism landscape in North Africa, addressing congressional members on the groups and activities in the region and the threat they pose to the West, focusing on Al-Qaeda and ISIS.