Improved access to intelligence information, sometimes inaccurately termed “information sharing” has been a critical element of various reform and/or modernization initiatives and is crucial to success in today’s threat environment. This central tenet has been emphasized by various commissions and reinforced by presidential mandate.
Progress in making military, intelligence, and law enforcement information available to decision-makers in the national security arena, and, conversely, ensuring that access to law enforcement and homeland security data is provided to the intelligence community has become a measure of [in]effectiveness.
Detection of asymmetrical threats and the identification of abstract relationships is the core competence of Expert System USA.
Many organizations (American, European, Middle Eastern, …) have deployed our technology to read and comprehend vast quantities of communications, documents and web and social media content from virtually any accessible source.