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Activity-Based Intelligence Uses Metadata to Map Adversary Networks

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July 8, 2013
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“Few outside the intelligence community had heard of activity-based intelligence until December, when the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency awarded BAE Systems $60 million to develop products based on this newish methodology. But ABI, which focuses not on specific targets but on events, movements and transactions in a given area, is rapidly emerging as a powerful tool for understanding adversary networks and solving quandaries presented by asymmetrical warfare and big data.”

Source:Activity-Based Intelligence Uses Metadata to Map Adversary Networks | Defense News | defensenews.com

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