A Week in #Intelligence – W16 – 2022 – #ExMergere – #OSINT #Analysis #AI #Strategic #Cyber #Criminal #Services

Open On the trail of Russia’s troops – how a 22-year-old Swiss man vies with foreign intelligence servicesMany European governments recognized Russia’s war plans too late. An […]

[#DEFENSE] « Assessing Systemic Strengths and Vulnerabilities of China’s Defense Industrial Base: With a Repeatable Methodology for Other Countries » | RAND (2022)

« In response to a requirement set in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, the authors examine the strengths and vulnerabilities of China’s […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] International Security and Estonia 2022 – Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service

« The Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service has published a report covering the security situation in the Baltic Sea region. The report «International Security and Estonia 2022» discusses the […]

[RISK] Eurasia Group | Top Risks 2022

« Top Risks is Eurasia Group’s annual forecast of the political risks that are most likely to play out over the course of the year. This year’s […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Cognitive Bias in Intelligence Analysis » (2020)

By Martha Whitesmith « Tests whether the analysis of competing hypotheses reduces cognitive bias, and proposes a more effective approach Reveals that a key element of […]

[#CYBINT] Article: « An integrated cyber security risk management framework and risk predication for the critical infrastructure protection » (2022)

By Halima Ibrahim Kure, Shareeful Islam, Haralambos Mouratidis « Cyber security risk management plays an important role for today’s businesses due to the rapidly changing threat […]

[#AI|#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « About the Essence of Intelligence – Will Artificial Intelligence (Ever) Cover Human Intelligence? » (2022)

By Hannu Jaakkola, Bernhard Thalheim, Jaak Henno « Computers were originally developed for executing complex calculations fast and effectively. The intelligence of computer was based on […]

[#AI|#INTELLIGENCE] Rapport: « Move Over JARVIS, Meet OSCAR » – CSIS

By Emily Harding « Vast new sources of publicly available information combined with Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) capabilities have revolutionized the way we think about data […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Finding a match: the revolution in recruitment and its application to selecting intelligence analysts: Intelligence and National Security » (2022)

« Intelligence agencies face notable problems in recruitment. In particular, candidates can easily misunderstand intelligence assessments roles. Challenges sit on the recruiter’s side too. Some of […]

[ #INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Taking Intelligence to the Next Level | Advanced Intelligence Analysis » (2022)

By Patrick McGlynn « Taking Intelligence to the Next Level: Advanced Intelligence Analysis Methodologies Using Real-World Business, Crime, Military, and Terrorism Examples examines intelligence gathering and […]

#Australia and #Japan to sign security cooperation treaty during virtual summit | ABC News | #IndoPacific

« Australia and Japan are set to sign a treaty to beef up defence and … amid growing co-operation between the US, Japan, India and Australia. » […]

GameChangers 2021: How Organized Crime Devoured the Amazon Rainforest | InSight Crime | #drugtraffic #brazil #deforestation #organizedcrime

« There was record destruction of the Amazon in 2020, as the rainforest lost an area around the size of Belize, and the situation looks to […]

Pour sortir du charbon, la #Roumanie se met au mini-nucléaire | Ouest France | #nucléaire #USA

« Le pays a choisi la technologie américaine et espère inaugurer les premiers petits modules SMR de l’Union européenne. » Source : Pour sortir du charbon, la Roumanie […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Trump-Era Politicization: A Code of Civil–Intelligence Behavior Is Needed » (2021)

By John A. Gentry « Current and former U.S. intelligence officers in unprecedentedly large numbers politicized intelligence in their opposition to candidate and then President Donald […]

[#INTELLIGENCE|#OSINT] Article: « The operational code approach to profiling political leaders: understanding Vladimir Putin » (2017)

By Stephen Benedict Dyson, Matthew J. Parent « Content analytics applied to open source material can assist in understanding, predicting, and influencing the behavior of foreign […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Financial Networks and Structure of Global Financial Crime » (2021)

By Oscar M. Granados, Andrés Vargas « Financial crimes are social problems that affect many different communities around the world, involving public and private organizations in […]

[#AI|#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Beyond Visual Analytics: Human-Machine Teaming for AI-Driven Data Sensemaking » (2021)

By John Wenskovitch, Corey Fallon, Kate Miller, Aritra Dasgupta « Detect the expected, discover the unexpected was the founding principle of the field of visual analytics. […]

[#CrimOrg|#AI] Article: « Beyond the prediction paradigm: challenges for AI in the struggle against organized crime » (2021)

By Dr. Paula Helm, Dr. Thilo Hagendorff « The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for policing is a hot topic. This is not only because of […]

[#Forecasting|#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Does the method for Military Utility Assessment of Future Technologies provide utility? » (2021)

By Stefan Silfverskiöld, Kent Andersson, Martin Lundmark « The Military Utility Assessment of Future Technologies (MUAFT) method was developed as a cost-efficient alternative to methods such […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Organised crime and criminal careers: Findings from an Australian sample » (2021)

By Anthony Morgan, Jason Payne « A growing number of international studies have shown members of organised crime groups have different criminal career trajectories to volume […]

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