The OSTD recorded its 40,000th entry in October 2020, making it one of the most comprehensive threat databases on RCIED and C-IED events in the world.
EWS customers currently using the Open Source Threat Database (OSTD) are now able to easily access IED incident information gathered from open sources around the world and clearly presented in a user-friendly database. It is then possible to search, access, filter and produce detailed reports from the entries on subjects such as location, time, device, switch and attributable state/non-state actor.
Managing Director of EWS Jon Gower said: “As the world’s leading improvised explosive threat intelligence source, the OSTD is the first choice for customers who need access to the most comprehensive and up to date worldwide explosive threat intelligence database for the global threats posed by IEDs and RCIEDs.
“EWS is continually developing its intelligence services offering and we have a committed programme of improvements to help governments, defence and security departments keep pace with the rapidly evolving RCIED/IED threats that threaten their citizens and Forces.”
The OSTD is a near real-time online repository of global RCIED and remotely detonated IED events. Updated on a daily basis by our Subject Matter Experts, it provides an essential open source intelligence resource in addressing this dynamic threat and complex operational environment.
A no-obligation demonstration of the capabilities of the OSTD can be arranged either online, remotely or in person. CLICK HERE to contact us today to arrange a no-obligation demonstration of our Open Source Threat Database, request a temporary log-in or to ask for more information.