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Analyst Desktop Binder – Interesting view of Social Media Exploitation

7 Jun

This is getting re-posted given the noise about the NSA collecting personal data

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Interesting reading – especially if you have done work in the fusion centers

Much noise was made of the words that are searched within media – This is a pretty long list and what it says to me is that there must be a significant amount human intervention and I would think an awful lot of “noise”.

Hard to believe that this is that effective without knowing more about underlying capabilities, but my guess is that this is only a step above Googling those terms!

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The Making of an Intelligence-Driven Organization

6 Jun

Interesting presentation – but really liked the Prezi – if you have not seen one of these have a look

The discussions/handout covered many points including:

  • As a discipline, intelligence seeks to remain an independent, objective advisor to the decision maker.
  • The realm of intelligence is that judgment and probability, but not prescription.
  • The Intelligence product does NOT tell the decision maker what to do, but rather, identifies the factors at play, and how various actions may affect outcomes.
  • Intelligence analysts must actively review the accuracy of their mind-sets by applying structured analytic techniques coupled with divergent thinking
  • Critical thinking clarifies goals, examines assumptions, discerns hidden values, evaluates evidence, accomplishes actions, and assesses inferences/conclusions
  • Networking, coordinating, cooperating, collaboration, and multi-sector collaboration accomplish different goals and require different levels of human resources, trust, skills, time, and financial resources – but worth it to ensure coverage of issues.
  • Counterintelligence and Security to protect your own position
  • and more….

I liked the stages of Intelligence Driven Organizations in the Prezi.

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