Posts Tagged ‘terrorism’

Open Source Intelligence: what is it and how does it work?

Richard Canale, faculty member at Global Institute of Cyber, Intelligence & Security (GICIS) and Business Stream Manager at EW Solutions Ltd, asks whether Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) can be used to track the migration of terrorist technology: We have operated in counter improvised explosive devices (C-IED) and electronic countermeasures (ECM) arenas for the majority of…

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IVL Flow Control: “UK Drinking Water is at Risk”

IVL Flow Control claim that the UK’s drinking water is at risk from potential contamination of supply by terrorists, with current systems arguably not quick enough to contain a chemical or biological attack. According to IVL Flow Control, water companies are still leaving themselves extremely vulnerable, with the present District Metered Area (DMA) structures too slow…

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Al Baghdadi releases rare message

Al Baghdadi releases rare message Leader of the ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi released a rare audio message on May 14 calling for Muslims, especially in the West, to immigrate to the ISIS and fight for it. The call to arms by al-Baghdadi came only two days after the reported death of his deputy Abu Ala’a…

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Serious Crime Mega Trends

Serious Crime Mega Trends – The Problems The world is in a period of unprecedented social, political and economic change. This creates new opportunities for growth and prosperity for one of the most entrepreneurial and responsive sectors of the economy – the crime sector. Sustainable competitive advantage is often won by entrepreneurs who find global…

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