Recorded Future Patents – Key Insights and Stats

Recorded Future has a total of 12 patents globally, out of which 6 have been granted. Of these 12 patents, all the patents are active. The United States of America is where Recorded Future has filed all their patents. Parallelly, United States of America seems to be the main focused R&D centre and also is the origin country of Recorded Future.

Recorded Future was founded in 2009. For the investigation and visualisation of the web, Recorded Future offers a browser-based analytical tool. The company searches financial databases, trade journals, government websites, blogs, public specialised sources, and online news sources.

Do read about some of the most popular patents of Recorded Future which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Recorded Future patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Recorded Future patent portfolio.

How many patents do the Founder and CEO of Recorded Future have?

The Founder Andy Palmer has 0 patent, Christopher Ahlberg (Also CEO) has 22 patents, Erik Wistrand has 10 patents, Jan Sparud has 8 patents, and Staffan Truve has 19 patents.

How many patents does Recorded Future have?

Recorded Future has a total of 12 patents globally. These patents belong to 8 unique patent families. Out of 12 patents, 6 patents are active.

How Many Patents did Recorded Future File Every Year?

Recorded Future Patents Filing Trend

Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.

Year of Patents Filing or GrantRecorded Future Applications FiledRecorded Future Patents Granted
20221
202111
20204
20171
201321
20122
20101
20081

How many Recorded Future patents are Alive/Dead?

Recorded Future Patents Portfolio

How Many Patents did Recorded Future File in Different Countries?

Recorded Future filled all their patents in the United States of America.

Where are Research Centers of Recorded Future Patents Located?

The Research Center of Recorded Future Patents is the United States of America.

What Percentage of Recorded Future US Patent Applications were Granted?

Recorded Future (Excluding its subsidiaries) has filed 8 patent applications at USPTO so far (Excluding Design and PCT applications). Out of these 2 have been granted leading to a grant rate of 40%.

Below are the key stats of Recorded Future patent prosecution at the USPTO.

Which Law Firms Filed Most US Patents for Recorded Future?

Law FirmTotal ApplicationsSuccess Rate
Kristofer E Elbing840%

List of Recorded Future Patents

Recorded Future PatentTitle
US11429261B2Interactive event-based information system
US20210042409A1Cross-network security evaluation
US10908792B2Interactive event-based information system
US20200401961A1Automated organizational security scoring system
US20180063170A1Network security scoring
US20150019544A1Information service for facts extracted from differing sources on a wide area network
US20140114941A1Search activity prediction
US20140074827A1Automated predictive scoring in event collection
US8468153B2Information service for facts extracted from differing sources on a wide area network
US20090132581A1Information service for facts extracted from differing sources on a wide area network
WO2020191110A1Cross-network security evaluation
WO2020154421A1Automated organizational security scoring system

What are Recorded Future key innovation segments?

What Technologies are Covered by Recorded Future?

The chart below distributes patents filed by Recorded Future in different countries on the basis of the technology protected in patents. It also represents the markets where Recorded Future thinks it’s important to protect particular technology inventions.

R&D Focus: How has Recorded Future search focus changed over the years?

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Updated on December 5, 2022

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