Stop Terror - Anti-terrorism Public Collaboration
Title: Stop Terror - Anti-terrorism Public Collaboration
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Stop Terror - Anti-terrorism Public Collaboration First conceived shortly after 9-11, was proposed as a collaborative approach to helping to combat terrorism - a new way of fighting terrorism on a global scale by leveraging the public, the Internet, structured information, and automated analysis. is an idea whose time has now come, but it needs appropriate leadership. With the availability of massively scalable information sharing, searching, and analysis technologies the infrastructure, tools and other resources needed are understood and already in place in the private sector. Private/public partnerships could turn the idea into reality. Digital companies such as Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft's Bing, are well positioned to play a major role. On the the other hand perhaps this is an opportunity for traditional media companies such as News Corporation, Gannett, Time Warner etc. to leverage their information management and analysis prowess to take a leading role in the digital world. What about a collaboration between a Google, a News Corp, and national security agencies?? This could be an interesting and fruitful challenge. An even bigger challenge of course - as with many security initiatives - will be to avoid trampling on the rights and freedoms of innocent people and to avoid the development of an Orwellian "Big Brother" mentality. Safeguards will need to be built in to any solution that emerges. Who knows where this could lead? Perhaps it could even evolve from a tool to uncover incipient terror threats and help manage incidents, to a nexus for tackling the root causes of terrorism. To helping to prevent not only terrorist incidents but the perceived need and support for terrorism itself. If you think the idea has merit, help us promote it. Email a link to this site to your local and national media, political, and security representatives or anyone else you think might be interested in supporting it. Encourage them to lobby governments, and the leadership at digital and media companies, to find a new way to effectively combat terrorism by leveraging the power of the people. Let's see who is willing to take up the gauntlet and provide global leadership in this new chapter in the war on terror! Share | Details .... The “New War” is increasingly about good intelligence and international collaboration. StopTerror.Info is a concept proposal for a global terrorism tips processing and information sharing system that: Empowers the peoples of the world to collaborate with national and international security agencies. Empowers the security agencies of the world to effectively collaborate with each other. Facilitates the publishing of terror-related information to the public is simple in concept, can be powerful in execution, and requires minimal investment when compared to traditional military systems. could: Provide a single global pool of both publicly-provided and security agency-provided terrorism tips, which can be shared by participating security agencies world-wide Provide a shared, on-line, collaboration environment for national and international security agencies for fighting terrorism Vastly extend the reach of the professional intelligence gathering agencies of the free world by enlisting the public to directly contribute to and participate in enhancing global security Empower these vast public resources to assist in the classification/ analysis of the information they provide, thus leveraging the limited resources of the intelligence community Provide real-time, automatic redirection of globally generated tips to the appropriate national and international security agencies Provide real-time automatic distribution of agency-generated tips amongst participating agencies Automate many of the processes involved in tip processing, thus reducing both effort and cycle time for information analysis work flows Provide an architecture that is supportable, scalable, and rapidly deployable by basing the back-end repository and collaboration environment on existing world-class information management technology Provide robust, accessible, low common denominator technology based on Internet standards Accommodate multiple languages, cultures, and regional support by being based on flexible Internet technology Provide rapid deployment by being based largely on technology that is "out of the box" In addition, the architecture can evolve to become major anti-terrorism information portals, thus supporting bi-directional communication between the public and security agencies. Architecture There are three components to the concept (see the graphic): 1. Anti-Terror Portals are simple public websites where citizens can contribute information by filling out on-line forms and entering their tip information. By completing the form, the contributor helps to classify the tip at the source, by characterizing it with simple attributes such as type of tip (threat-warning, financial info, etc.) type of threat (biochemical, nuclear, bomb, assassination, etc.) target (country, city, organization, etc,), immediacy, geographical region affected, etc. Initially a single portal with a memorable address (StopTerror.Info), the portal code can evolve to support many languages/cultures and can be added to other existing websites, all with the same underlying “tip collection” architecture. These same portals can also be used to deliver anti-terrorism information, advisories, alerts, etc., making the information flow bi-directional. 2. Security Agencies are the second component of the concept. Participating regional, national, and international agencies would have access to an on-line collaboration environment described below. Agencies would also automatically receive appropriate, pre-classified tips from the public websites. These agencies could also contribute tips that are collected through their own processes, which could in turn receive the same processing as web generated information, including both redistribution to other agency systems and loading into the global tips repository. 3. The Central Tips System also comprises three components. The Tips processor uses automation to further classify incoming tips, redirect them to the systems at appropriate security agencies, translate all received tips to the “core” languages of the tips repository, load tips into the repository, filter out hoax and fraudulent tips for special processing, etc. The Tips Repository is database storage for the text of the tips as well as their classifications, a thesaurus of alias words, a full text index, correlation information etc. The Collaboration Environment is an application used by security agency analysts to access the tips repository and to work together in the fight against terrorism. It would include tools for sophisticated information analysis such as search and correleation analysis of the global tips repository, workspace tools for special interest groups, etc. Whois

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