Jihad Analytics tries to break into open source intelligence market

Swiss company Jihad Analytics, which was set up by a former employee of the French armed forces ministry, aims to keep jihadist organisations under surveillance by using the open source data they put out. It will attempt to carve out a niche for itself on a jihadism-focused open source intelligence (OSINT) market, where there is already strong competition. [...] (270 words)
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