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Kent’s intelligence cycle
Traditional intelligence cycle
The problem
Clark on the intelligence cycle
Dealing with technology
‘Real time’intelligence cycle
A network and target-centric approach to intelligence -1
A network and target-centric approach to intelligence -2
Rumsveldon threat
Rumsveldin graphics
Rumsveldin steps
Organiseand assess what you know
The environmental scan
Evaluating incoming evidence
So-called ‘Admiralty Scale’
Indicators and Warnings
Ways of capture
Ah . . . But I hear you say
Information management models
The emerging role of IT in intelligence integration
Technical protection of data
Some IT tools
Data storage and mining
Data mining setup -1
Data mining setup -2
Some typical filtration rules
The fusion centre model
The role of fusion –the US model
Information management within organisations
Simple distributed model
Mixed model
‘Use it or lose it’
Intelligence sharing: old paradigm
Problems with intelligence sharing
Between agencies
Security factors
Legal factors
International law framework for sharing
Implications for intelligence architecture
Hypothetical cooperative framework
Some rules for sharing
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7-11 The ¡®how to¡¯ of intelligence

7-11 The ¡®how to¡¯ of intelligence

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