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Intelligence and Security Trends for 2019 and Beyond30th August 2019 15:22PM
Identifying the key security trends for 2019 and beyond that can enhance threat intelligence, collection and analysis and allow you to allocate resource more effectively.
Football Fan Violence: The Threat to Civil Order24th July 2019 8:31AM
The phenomenon of football violence is nothing new to Europe, although a new trend of unrest amongst certain elements of ethnic communities has began to emerge. Although football has witnessed differe...
Top 30 Most Followed News Accounts on Twitter22nd June 2019 21:27PM
Twitter is the biggest medium for global news. To help you keep up to date, we've compiled a list of the best Twitter accounts to follow for breaking news in 2019.
Employee Spotlight: Daniel Harrington17th June 2019 9:26AM
Ahead of Armed Forces Day 2019 on 29th June, we're introducing our COO, Daniel Harrington. Known at HQ as Harry, he outlines his day to day role here at Intelligence Fusion, his time serving in the fo...
Intelligence Fusion Hires New CTO13th May 2019 15:10PM
With over 2 decades of experience in the technology sector, Les Gaw joins the Intelligence Fusion team as Chief Technology Officer.
What is Crowdsourcing Intelligence?4th April 2019 13:19PM
Crowdsourcing is one of the latest buzzwords to surround the intelligence and security sector. But what exactly is crowdsourcing intelligence? We explain the concept and why it's crucial to the future...
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The Attempted Assassination of Al-Nadori: Geolocating a Car Bomb in Libya20th April 2018 13:20PM Author: Brendan Clifford
General Khalifa Haftar, the most powerful man in eastern Libya, is currently vegetative in a French military hospital. His coalition, the Libyan National Army (LNA), is at risk of fracturing without h...
Mali Security Situation Report 201819th April 2018 12:57PM Author: Viraj Pattni
There are a plethora of driving factors that influence the security situation and consequently the operational environment in Mali. Not only are these related to macro and micro political, climatic an...
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s Violent Future5th April 2018 12:50PM Author: Brendan Clifford
The Democratic Republic of Congo lapses into ungovernability. President Kabila, in power for most of this century, continues to provide flimsy excuses for why the 2016 elections were postponed to late...
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