AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwired - August 30, 2016) - Stratfor, a geopolitical intelligence platform headquartered in Austin, Texas, will officially unveil Stratfor Threat Lens™ on Tuesday, September 12 at the 62nd Annual ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits in Orlando, Florida. As a customizable, global-threat intelligence solution, Threat Lens will help corporate security leaders identify, anticipate, measure and mitigate risks to their people, assets and interests around the world.
Building on Stratfor's 20 years of experience providing strategic insight and geopolitical intelligence to organizations and globally engaged individuals, Threat Lens will provide a unified view of threat intelligence through a fully customizable dashboard. The product includes global threat alerts, forecasts, analyses and maps, as well as preparedness training and direct access to Stratfor's security and global threat analysts, enabling organizations to quickly access relevant expertise.
"Threat Lens will give corporate security officers unique insight into not only the immediate significance of an emerging situation, but also any future implications," says Stratfor Vice President of Tactical Analysis Scott Stewart. "It's a holistic approach to situational awareness on a global scale that integrates the full spectrum of security, corporate espionage, corruption and infrastructure risks into one tool."
Stratfor Threat Lens™ is the first in a suite of new enterprise products from Stratfor designed to help organizations navigate an increasingly complicated and constantly evolving global environment. You can learn more about Stratfor Threat Lens™ online or by visiting Booth #850 at the ASIS International 2016 Seminar and Exhibits from September 12–15 in Orlando, Florida.
Stratfor is a geopolitical intelligence and advisory firm that provides strategic analysis and forecasting to individuals and organizations around the world. By placing global events in a geopolitical framework, we offer readers a strategic advantage as they work to anticipate opportunities and better understand international developments.
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