MICROTARGETING UNMASKED: Safeguarding Law Enforcement, the Military, and the Nation in the Era of Personalized Threats
Arizona State University
Threatcasting is a methodology used to help multidisciplinary groups envision future scenarios. It is a particularly powerful methodology for national security due to the ability to focus on a specific research area. This is the case with microtargeting, with emphasis on both preemptive action and post-event recovery. It is also a process that enables systematic planning against threats up to ten years in the future. Utilizing the Threatcasting methodology1, groups explore possible future threats, how to mitigate them, and build the future they desire.
Greg Lindsay, Jason C. Brown, Brian David Johnson, Christopher Owens, Andrew Hall, J.H. Carrott. "MICROTARGETING UNMASKED: Safeguarding Law Enforcement, the Military, and the Nation in the Era of Personalized Threats". (2023)