Dark networks are the illegal and covert networks (e.g, insurgents, jihadi groups, or drug cartels) that security and intelligence analysts must track and identify to be able to disrupt and dismantle them. This text explains how this can be done by using the Social Network Analysis (Sna) method. Written in an accessible manner, it provides an introduction to Sna, presenting tools and concepts, and showing how Sna can inform the crafting of a wide array of strategies for the tracking and disrupting of dark networks.

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