TerrorismTracker records every terrorist incident and plot reported in open sources since January 2007. Updated daily, incidents and plots are geolocated, summarised, and indexed by 17 different categories for rapid and up to date research, and structured analysis.
Current and comprehensive
TerrorismTracker is updated seven days a week by research analysts using a variety of tools and a highly defined methodology to ensure current and comprehensive coverage.
Clean and structured data
Events are only included in the dataset that comply with a specific definition of terrorism that broadly aligns with those used across the insurance industry and major jurisdictions.
TerrorismTracker data is manually researched and populated. All incidents and plots are researched by specialists and subject to robust quality control, avoiding the errors and inaccuracies inherent in automated data scraping.
Key Features of TerrorismTracker
TerrorismTracker data is available through an API, enabling users to build custom feeds into their preferred tools and interfaces. Designed for use in GSOCs, geospatial and analytic tools, the API delivers current, and comprehensive data on terrorist activity.
The TerrorismTracker.com portal provides in-platform access to the database with mapping and analytics, and includes open source analysis and news on terrorist activity and risks, group profiles and insights into terrorist chatter and propaganda.
Visualisations are created by Dragonfly are for illustrative purposes only, use of data will vary by user platform.
Our database covers terrorist incidents and plots worldwide since 2007
Factual summaries with geolocated data
Succinct factual summaries with geolocated data structured across 17 taxonomies
Terrorism news articles and analysis
Detailed archive of terrorism news articles and analysis by our expert team
Live visuals mapping of terror activity
Incidents are added daily, geolocated and indexed by target, tactics, sectors affected, and 16 other taxonomies for data retrieval and analysis
Alongside our partners at Aon we took the decision to invest in a comprehensive terrorism database over a decade ago. The quality and longevity of the dataset makes it a vital tool for our security analysts and clients, whether they are conducting detailed incident analysis or big data driven studies.