NCTC Provides Mobile App to Help Partners Access Counterterrorism Intelligence; Director Christy Abizaid Quoted

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The National Counterterrorism Center has released its new mobile app designed to disseminate documents, resources and alerts based on unclassified counterterrorism intelligence.

The aCTknowledge app combines analysis, training and alerting into one counterterrorism platform, where users can read analysis reports, review educational materials, receive notifications and track topics of interest, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence said Monday.

Users may employ the app to access real-time intelligence about potential terrorism that can affect national security. “The app empowers its users with the information they need to protect their communities from potential threats,” said Christy Abizaid, NCTC director.

Federal government and military personnel may now access aCTknowledge via the Apple App Store. NCTC plans to make the app available to local, tribal, territorial and state partners in the foreseeable future.

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