September 3, 2015

Contact: Rick McNeight 321-473-1415 September 3, 2015 News Release For Immediate Release FLORIDA COMPANIES ON GROWTH “WATCH” LIST — Entrepreneurial styles, corporate cultures give these second-stage companies competitive advantages— Melbourne, Fla. (September 3, 2015) — Modus Operandi is among 50 statewide companies expected to see significant growth over the next several years. Modus Operandi… Read more »

August 6, 2015


NETWORKWORLD’s Linda Musthaler, recently posted an article featuring Modus Operandi.  Linda is a Principal Analyst with Essential Solutions Corp.  Read her full article on “Add human knowledge and contextual information to Big Data to derive striking new insights” Excerpt: “Modus Operandi lets you add human knowledge and contextual information to take analytics further and derive new… Read more »

August 6, 2015


Listen to Modus Operandi’s data scientists Mike Gilger and Boris Pelakh brief veteran Analyst Dr. Robin Bloor of the Bloor Group on our MOVIA Big Data Analytics platform.   The Bloor Group is an independent research firm that produces objective, high-quality analysis of enterprise technology products, services and markets via new media outlets and traditional research… Read more »

April 24, 2015


“Under a two-year contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Modus Operandi of Melbourne, Fla., is developing workflow modules for the Air Force targeting platform called CATALiST. The platform is intended to improve analysis and assessment of battlefield targets.” Read more at:

February 1, 2015


As the military and U.S. intelligence agencies struggle to digest mountains of information captured from social media and sensors all over the world, companies continue to create software that can more quickly and accurately help analysts isolate relevant data. One new platform under development, called Via, is able to independently scan data streams and alert… Read more »

October 24, 2014

Ebola: 10 Tech Responses to deadly disease - Modus Operandi

Ebola, like terrorist groups or anthrax,is a threat and should be treated accordingly by organizations, people, and technology, according to Modus Operandi. The analytics software developer, which once focused solely on the intelligence community, is expanding into healthcare, bioinformatics, pharmaceutical, and finance, said Eric Little, PhD, vice president and chief scientist, in an interview

October 14, 2014

How big data analytics can help fight ISIS - Modus Operandi

The rapid rise of the terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) this summer grabbed the world’s attention and led to military action by the U.S. and its allies. While drones and smart bombs pick apart ISIS from the air, you can be assured that American cyber warriors and defense analysts are using… Read more »

September 16, 2014

Can Ebola be stopped by treating it like a terrorist network? - Modus Operandi

Six months after its latest resurgence, the Ebola virus shows no signs of letting up. “We desperately need new strategies adapted to this reality,” said Dr. Joanne Liu, international president of Doctors Without Borders in a grim statement last week. One hope is that data, which can spread faster than disease, could give humans a… Read more »

September 10, 2014

Putting powerful analytics into a "facebook for terrorists" - Modus Operandi

A problem with collecting data on potential terrorists is that it can pretty quickly become big data, full of fragmented strands of information on individuals, organizations and activities that can be difficult to connect. One company working on a solution is Modus Operandi, which is developing what it calls a Facebook for terrorists that would… Read more »

July 16, 2014

Software programs aid the intelligence analysts in hunt for the enemy - Modus Operandi

Technological solutions help seek out both outside foes and insider threats. Where human analysis might fail in the intelligence community, technological solutions are at the ready to fill the void. Companies are ginning up software programs that can prove to be key for intelligence analysts as they track the bad guys, so to speak—be they… Read more »