Rethinking the Intelligence Cycle for the Private Sector
Print Issue: January 2018
Successful security risk management involves careful planning and preparedness rather than ad-hoc crisis response. Successful intelligence analysis requires something similar, and for specialists in this field the intelligence cycle serves as a planning and preparedness blueprint. But just as any set of guidelines must be regularly updated to be effective, the intelligence cycle needs to be reevaluated for its new life in corporate security.
As a tool that has been perfected in the public sector, the cycle must adapt to private sector realities, including new consumers, new requirements, limited resources, and, at the core, a new mission.
Learn how to adapt the intelligence cycle to your needs in this white paper authored by Daniil Davydoff.