What we do
Fivecast. Better forecasts.
From the great mass of unstructured and multimedia data available today, Fivecast surfaces critical insights to solve investigative and intelligence challenges.
Fivecast operates at the leading edge of AI-enabled technology, delivering world-first behavioural threat analysis capability.
Fivecast simplifies your most complex problems to give your analysts a deeper insight.
Gain powerful insights across a wide variety of data sources.
Automated risk detection frees up your staff to focus on what they do best
What makes us different
The Fivecast toolkit
Threat detections across image, text and video
Using sophisticated, configurable detectors to ingest key terms or phrases, objects and scenes in images, and quoted material
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Using artificial intelligence to teach machines to learn like humans
Consistent and repeatable threat assessments across bulk data
Arming analysts with clearly defined, uniform threat models based on consistent metrics to aim at bulk data problems
Presenting insights from mass data that are easy to consume and understand
Revealing AI-enabled insights from visual data, and pattern recognition
Understanding the collective content and behavior of a group of related, or similar entities
Advanced data collection and exploration
Applying automated data collection to a wide range of open-source platforms
Automated change detection and alerts
Monitoring new content in open source data, in real time. Proactively alerting analysts to change
What our customers are saying
"Fivecast has been able to identify crucial interactions and associations in networks that are not identifiable via manual interrogation."
"Fivecast is able to effectively automate routine intelligence activities reducing the risk of threats being missed and reducing analyst workload, allowing better prioritisation."
"Our collaboration with Fivecast has been productive and valuable, and their system has helped to fill gaps in our team’s knowledge and understanding of online spaces."