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Corporate Security Intelligence and Strategic Decision Making by Justin Crump

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Chapter 11

Operational Models

Chapter Objectives

  1. To discuss why it is useful to have a model of intelligence to help guide structures, processes, and the deployment of resources.
  2. To introduce a simple security intelligence model, applicable to any scale of deployment.
  3. To discuss aspects of a common dedicated countercrime model (the National Intelligence Model).

Introduction

Having talked through the reasons why we should (and, indeed, must) have corporate security intelligence and addressed the theory, it now seems only fair to help the reader work out how to put this into practice. The purpose of this chapter is therefore to talk through a couple of useful models that work in quite different ways. In reality, all operational models will differ, ...

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