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Introduction ; PART ONE - CHANGING DEFINITIONS AND HISTORIES OF INFORMATION AND INTELLIGENCE ; 1. Changing Intelligence for Asymmetric Threats ; 2. Memories of Past Information Revolutions and their effects on Intelligence Methods ; 3. The Written History of Military Intelligence ; PART TWO - POST- MODERN INFORMATION, KNOWLEDGE, 'TRUTH' AND INTELLIGENCE ; 4. Global 3.0 - A New Geo-Political Intelligence Landscape ; 5. Current Cultural Perspective, Bias and Problems of Collection and Analysis including the Deep and Dark Web ; 6. Counter Intelligence, Covert Action, Conspiracy and Propaganda ; 7. Oversight and the Relationship of Analyst and Policymaker ; PART THREE - AN INTELLIGENCE REVIEW ; 8. Traditional Intelligence ; 9. Business Intelligence ; 10. A 'Paradigm Shift' in Police Intelligence ; 11. Post Modern Global Intelligence for the 21st Century
Alfred Rolington was formerly CEO of Jane's Information Group, responsible for such publications as Jane's Defense Review and Jane's Police Review, as well as CEO for Oxford Analytica. He has over thirty years' experience of analytical publishing and media companies, producing information and intelligence for commerce, law enforcement, the, military and government. He has written about and given lectures on intelligence and strategic planning to Cambridge, Oxford, and Harvard Universities, and to organisations such as Thomson Reuters, the CIA, SIS (MI6), NATO Headquarters, and GCHQ.
This new volume offers a fresh approach to intelligence analysis for todays' increasingly interconnected and interdependent world. The author directly addresses the big data cyber challenges for policing within the wider security domain by recommending a Mosaic Method which harnesses the full potential of open source data as part of a fully iintegrated and collaborative approach. This work is required reading for all in authority who are tasked with developing the capacity and capability of contemporary strategic intelligence analysis. * Andrew Staniforth, North East Counter Terrorism Unit *