Honeybadger Solutions LLC


At Honeybadger Solutions, we offer intelligence services tailored to empower organizations with actionable insights to anticipate, prevent, and respond to security threats effectively. Our intelligence experts utilize advanced techniques and cutting-edge technology to provide comprehensive intelligence solutions that safeguard your business against evolving risks.

Honeybadger Solutions LLC

Why Choose Honeybadger Solutions?

  • Expertise: Our team consists of seasoned intelligence professionals with extensive experience in security and intelligence operations.
  • Advanced Technology: We leverage cutting-edge technology and tools to deliver accurate and timely intelligence.
  • Customized Solutions: We tailor our intelligence services to meet the specific needs and requirements of your organization.
  • Confidentiality: We prioritize the confidentiality and privacy of our clients’ information, ensuring sensitive data is handled with the utmost care and discretion.

Private Intelligence Services

Core Methology


Human intelligence is intelligence gathered by means of human sources and interpersonal contact. It is distinct from more technical means of intelligence gathering such as signal interception. HUMINT can be conducted in a variety of ways, including via espionage, reconnaissance, interrogation, or witness interviews.


Open-source intelligence is the collection and analysis of data gathered from open sources to produce actionable intelligence.


Geospatial intelligence is intelligence about human activity on earth derived from the exploitation and analysis of imagery, signals, or signatures with geospatial information.


Signals intelligence is intelligence-gathering by interception of signals, whether communications between people or from electronic signals not directly used in communication. Signals intelligence is a subset of intelligence collection management.

Border Intelligence

Border intelligence involves the collection, analysis, and dissemination of information regarding activities and threats along a country’s borders. This can include:

  • Illegal Immigration: Monitoring and preventing unauthorized crossings.
  • Smuggling: Detecting and intercepting the smuggling of drugs, weapons, and other contraband.
  • Human Trafficking: Identifying and disrupting human trafficking operations.
  • Terrorism: Preventing terrorists from crossing borders and staging attacks.
  • Customs Violations: Ensuring compliance with customs laws and regulations.

Agencies involved in border intelligence often use a combination of human intelligence (HUMINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), and surveillance technologies such as drones and sensors.

International Intelligence

International intelligence focuses on the collection and analysis of information regarding foreign entities, including other nations, international organizations, and non-state actors. Key areas include:

  • Political Intelligence: Understanding the political landscape and intentions of other countries.
  • Economic Intelligence: Analyzing economic policies, resources, and industrial capabilities.
  • Military Intelligence: Assessing military capabilities, strategies, and developments.
  • Diplomatic Intelligence: Monitoring diplomatic activities and negotiations.
  • Counterterrorism: Identifying and mitigating international terrorist threats.
  • Counterintelligence: Protecting against espionage and other intelligence activities by foreign entities.

Agencies involved in international intelligence often operate globally and collaborate with counterparts in other countries. They rely on a mix of HUMINT, SIGINT, geospatial intelligence (GEOINT), and open-source intelligence (OSINT).

Cyber Intelligence

Cyber intelligence focuses on identifying, tracking, and countering cyber threats and activities. This includes:

  • Cybersecurity: Protecting national infrastructure, government systems, and critical industries from cyber attacks.
  • Threat Intelligence: Identifying and analyzing cyber threats such as malware, phishing campaigns, and hacking groups.
  • Cyber Espionage: Detecting and preventing unauthorized access to sensitive information by foreign entities.
  • Cyber Warfare: Preparing for and defending against cyber operations conducted by adversarial states.
  • Incident Response: Responding to and mitigating the effects of cyber incidents.

Cyber intelligence involves a combination of technical expertise, data analysis, and collaboration with both private sector entities and international partners. It often leverages SIGINT and technical intelligence (TECHINT) to monitor and counter cyber threats.