The ongoing investigation into the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 tragedy has gripped the attention of people around the world.

Investigators using open source and crowdsource methods are surfacing significant leads and documenting supporting evidence around disputed facts. In this webinar, we look at the aftermath of MH17 from the threat intelligence perspective, through the lens of Recorded Future and ThreatConnect® threat intelligence products.

Download the on-demand version of this webinar and listen in as we focus on three questions:

  • Did open source reporting provide early indicators that paramilitary militias in the Ukraine conflict had independent control of advanced surface-to-air missile (SAM) weapons?
  • What can we learn to improve future threat assessments by “opening the aperture” to look broadly at the global conflict history around the “Buk” SAM weapon system?
  • How can open source help us detect and assess new IT security threats spawned by the MH17 disaster, as happened after the loss of MH370?

Our guest expert, Rich Barger of Cyber Squared Inc., will expand the discussion of MH17-related cyber threats by linking open source indicators to insights from the ThreatConnect threat intelligence platform.


Matt Kodama
VP of Product, Recorded Future

Scott Donnelly
Senior Analyst, Recorded Future

Rich Barger
Chief Intelligence Officer, Cyber Squared Inc.

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