What We Do
SITE’s services span rapidly emailed news alerts, sector-specific analytical reports, and real-time feeds of terrorist-related data sourced from hard-to reach online forums. SITE’s database contains the largest commercially available global data set of confirmed terrorist and violent extremist online content, spanning decades of statements, media, and online chatter from extremist entities around the globe.
Designated Terrorist Entities (ISIS, al-Qaeda, etc)
- Covers all aspects of the global terrorist movement: official and unofficial media, military activity, chatter, etc.
- Foreign Terrorist cells, so-called ‘lone wolves’, movements and communities
- Includes content from all official primary dissemination channels as well as hundreds of hard-to-access support networks, spanning dozens of languages
- Analytical reports on ISIS, al-Qaeda and Western jihadists, and special topics
- Covers ideologically and racially/ethnically motivated violent extremists
- Includes neo-Nazis, white supremacists, militant/armed groups, individual actors, violent-prone conspiracy movements, anarchists, eco-extremists, etc
- Global span, with emphasis on monitoring languages / content from Europe and the Americas
Tech and Terrorism
- Reports on how terrorists and violent extremists use social media, apps, messaging forums, the Dark Web, and other forms of ICT
- inSITE on Technology and Terrorism: report on trends, developments, and tech-related threats
- Provides Critical threat updates and analytical reports
- Available through multiple categories:
- Energy and Terrorism
- Finance and Terrorism
- Bioterrorism and Public Health
- Due to the sensitivity of content, certain services are restricted to select institutions. Those services include:
- Guide Tracker: Terrorist explosives and military manuals
- SourceFeed: Data solutions for governments and ICT companies
Designated Terrorist Entities
SITE’s Jihadist Threat service gives government, commercial, academic, and other institutions access to real-time reports and analysis of material distributed by jihadi terrorist groups and their supporters worldwide. This includes primary source material (videos, statements, speeches, claims of attacks, manuals, magazines and other propaganda) as well as commentary from individuals on social media platforms, including calls for recruitment, incitements, and threats.
Groups covered include ISIS and al-Qaeda, as well as their respective branches in the Middle East, Africa, Central and East Asia. Also included are Taliban groups in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and aligned Syrian militant factions.
SITE also publishes unique periodic reports on jihadist threats via its inSITE report series:
The Islamic State
Weekly report tracking, analyzing, and summarizing ISIS attacks, active locations, strategies, and trends around the world. Assesses the group’s propaganda campaigns, global reach, and strength of its various provincial divisions (as well as other aligned military presences across different regions). Also covers ISIS-linked media groups and supporters’ social media campaigns, cyber operations, and incitements.
Monthly report covering al-Qaeda affiliates’ attack claims and suicide operations—including those by the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), and Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (NIM). Also covers activity by al-Qaeda-aligned organizations in Syria, Kashmir, and other locations, as well as content and activity by pro-al-Qaeda media groups and individuals online.
Designed to help law enforcement and targeted organizations mitigate and respond to emerging threats and prevent hate crimes, while also informing policy makers and other stakeholder entities of emerging developments and trends.
Provides early warning and threat analysis, with immediate reporting on claims of attack, threats, announcements, communiques, and chatter on forums and websites. Tracks online communications of white supremacists, militia groups, anarchist groups, eco-terrorists, and other politically motivated extremists in North America, South America, Europe, and South Africa.
Updates provided as part of the service also give crucial context to extremist activity, including regional/global events, political developments, emerging social/political movements, and other variables.
Technology and Terrorism
Designed for ICT companies and regulating agencies aimed at preventing and responding to jihadist and terrorist use of online platforms, as well as public and private institutions targeted by cyber-attacks.
Dispatches expose how jihadists and terrorists use ICT—social media platforms, apps, mobile devices, the Dark Web, etc.—for planning, inciting, financing, recruiting, and cyberwarfare.
Subject Specific Services
To meet the needs of different sectors and fields of study, SITE offers services tailored toward specific subjects and purposes:
Terrorism and Finance
Daily alerts and critical analysis of terrorist activity, including threats to banks, financial services, & corporate entities.
Key methods by which terrorist groups carry out money-laundering activity, and transfer and receive funds.
Tracking & assessment of economically motivated campaigns promoting attacks or sabotage on financial institutions and businesses.
Energy and Critical Infrastructure
Alerts and analytical reports on terrorist threats to transportation, telecommunications, public heath, agriculture, and other vital services.
Updates on global trends and terrorist activities in energy-producing areas, with special region-focused reports covering groups such as ISIS and al-Qaeda in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, as well as eco-extremist and far-left groups in the Americas and Europe.
Reports using official communiques, online chatter, international media sources, and existing SITE research to provide political, geopolitical, and ideological factors motivating such threats and attacks.
Bioterrorism and Public Health
The COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping the ways jihadi, far-right, and other terrorist communities seek to carry out attacks. Healthcare facilities, the food industry, and other civilian entities have now become new targets of large terrorist groups, both domestically and internationally.
This crisis has brought forth reports of food contamination by infected individuals, deliberate exposure of law enforcement and healthcare personnel, and attacks against religious and educational institutions.
Due to the sensitivity of content, the following services are restricted to select institutions. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
A special service enabling government agencies and ICT companies to easily and rapidly locate designated terrorist and violent extremist material on platforms. SourceFeed contains the largest commercially available international data set of confirmed terrorist and violent extremist online multimedia content, spanning statements, video/audio, and online chatter from extremist entities around the globe.
An exclusive service that monitors and tracks manuals by terrorist and violent extremist groups. Available to law enforcement/government institutions only.
Institution-level subscribers gain access to decades of terrorist and extremist statements, media, chatter, and data from every corner of the Internet. Our reports are provided with essential context and analysis, along with full translations from SITE’s multilingual staff of experts.
SITE’s Institution-level subscriptions are built by one or more of our available services, such as Jihadist Threat, Far-Right/Far-Left, and Dark Web and Cyber Security. We also offer specialized services tailored to specific regions and industries. These services can be purchased individually or bundled together with package rates.
Institution-level subscribers receive our reports throughout the day via email, and all content is logged onto SITE’s interactive and easily navigable database, comprised of tens of thousands of reports tagged by category, location, group, individuals, etc.
SITE’s Institution services are provided to institutions verified by SITE as legitimate and safe to provide our content to. Our clients include government agencies, media organizations, corporations, ICT companies, and non-profit organizations. We accept payments through wire transfer, check, or credit card.
Prices for our Institution-level monitoring and other services are determined by the type of institution (media, government, non-profit, academic, etc.), number of registered users, and which SITE services are selected.
To get an accurate quote, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer sample content to approved entities. However, services containing highly sensitive material are not available for any samples.
SITE offers personal online demonstrations to institutional and professional parties, in which we showcase our services and find ways to best tailor them to meet your needs.
SITE material is copyrighted and cannot be redistributed without stated permission. We require any use of our research or material in the media to be sufficiently cited.
Individual subscriptions, accessed through the SITE News portal, provide summaries of reports from SITE’s Jihadist Threat service. Individuals subscribers will occasionally receive multimedia, full translations, transcripts, and other items reserved for Enterprise-level subscriptions.
Summaries delivered as part of Individual subscriptions are limited to Jihadist Threat material, and not Dark Web and Cyber Security, Far-Right/Far-Left, and other SITE services.
SITE’s Individual subscriptions are intended for anyone doing research on their own behalf: students, retired government personnel, freelance journalists, and independent researchers, among others.
SITE does not provide Individual subscriptions to anyone conducting research on behalf of any company, agency, institution, or organization; any such individuals should register for an Institution-level subscription.