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Anthony tucker-Jones talks to Neil Fretwell of Intelligent Software Solutions global about the growing use of predictive software in counter terrorism. ATJ: Is it fair to say that prediction software of predictive policing is now a key tool in the cyber battle against organized crime and terrorism? NF: Predictive software is still in its [...]

2016-08-16T13:55:46+01:00June 30th, 2016|News|

ISS Global – Managing Data

ISS Global is featured in Battlespace. Picture the scene. A storeroom on the 15th floor of New Scotland Yard, packed to the ceiling with thousands of cardboard box files filled with crucial technical data, detailing terrorist componentry and methodology going back decades. To access the relevant data page a complicated card index was used to [...]

2016-06-20T16:15:27+01:00June 20th, 2016|News|

Intelligent Software Solutions Brings Dfuze Intelligence Management Platform To Quadracopters

Dfuze is featured in Homeland Security Today. Intelligent Software Solutions (ISS) has combined its intelligence management platform, Dfuze, with quadracopters—mini four-rotored helicopters, similar to a drone—to enable military and law enforcement to transmit live, hi-resolution streaming video directly to a personal communication device, such as a smartphone. The Dfuze Intelligence Management System enables customers in [...]

2016-10-17T16:27:50+01:00June 7th, 2016|News|

Boosting Old-Fashioned Detective Work Digitally

Dfuze is featured in AFCEA. Industry can help allay public concerns that the U.S. government might overstep privacy bounds, Jensen adds. “That is something that is always a great concern. With technology, now it’s really easy to overcollect. That’s one of the things our types of technology can help with—that ability to really focus on [...]

2016-06-01T12:50:42+01:00June 1st, 2016|News|

Bombing database for catching – and possibly pre-empting – terrorists

Dfuze is featured in GCN. Information sharing is a key component of cybersecurity efforts, but the concept is certainly not limited to online threats -- or to government agencies in this country. Many nations' law enforcement organizations, for example, have long worked together to gather and share evidence about bombings and other terrorist attacks. Language [...]

2016-10-17T16:27:51+01:00October 19th, 2015|News|

Software database links bomb fragments to bomb-makers

Neil Fretwell was interviewed by Stars and Stripes. "Dfuze was born about a decade ago at the Bomb Data Center in London’s New Scotland Yard, according to Neil Fretwell, the former lead investigator at the center who is currently employed by Intelligent Software Solutions, which now owns the software. Fretwell specialized in post-blast forensics of [...]

2016-01-25T15:27:53+01:00April 29th, 2015|News|

Big Data Helping to Pinpoint Terrorist Activities, Attacks (UPDATED)

As big data becomes a more popular and lucrative business, more companies are using such programs or developing their own platforms. For example, Intelligent Software Solutions’ Dfuze system can be used to analyze terrorist attacks. It has information on incidents going back as far as World War II, said Neil Fretwell, operations director of ISS [...]

2016-01-25T15:27:53+01:00April 14th, 2015|News|

Surveillance, Protection & Detection Global Terror Database Leverages Big Data To Improve Information Sharing

From the tragic Boston Marathon Bombings in spring 2013 to the July 7th 2005 London Bombings, terrorist attacks continue to highlight the importance of information sharing between not only local, state and federal government, but also between nations. To facilitate greater information sharing, countries are increasingly turning to Dfuze, a global terror database that [...]

2016-10-17T16:27:53+01:00February 11th, 2015|News|