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  • Information From The Different Intelligence Disciplines
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    17 February 2002 LAW ENFORCEMENT INTELLIGENCE PROCESSES The fundamental key for any successful intelligence mission is the ability to access information from the different intelligence disciplines: Imagery Intelligence (I MINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Measures and Signals Intelligence (MAINT), Human Intelligence (HUM INT), and Open Source Intelligence (O SINT). These five disciplines are in essence the only way for the analyst to gather information, short of actually traveling the world ...
  • Nsa The National Security Agency
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    FBI The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the principal investigative arm of the United States Department of Justice. Title 28, United States Code, Section 533, which authorizes the Attorney General to "appoint officials to detect... crimes against the United States", and other federal statutes give the FBI the authority and responsibility to investigate specific crimes. At present, the FBI has investigative jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal crimes. The B...
  • Intelligence Agencies
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    Although the cold war has ended and the Soviet Union has disbanded, there is still a need of intelligence collection for the United States. Finding itself as the leader of the rest of the world, the United States must prepare to identify problems as they arise, the earlier the detection, the more likelihood for success. With any one intelligence agency having too much information, problems could arise; therefore, it is imperative to keep a close watchful eye on these agencies to ensure that pers...
  • Gathering Of Information Espionage
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    Espionage: to spy, the gathering of information Espionage is the secret gathering of information on rival countries for military purposes. Espionage can be used in business, military, economic or political decisions however; it is commonly employed government for defensive tactics. Espionage or spying is illegal in many nations however, it gains profits from agencies to protect the secrecy of information that is desired. Espionage is an old ancient craft; it has been used through out history. Th...
  • Disclosure To Foreign Intelligence Information
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    CIVIL LIBERTIES: A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE After September 11, 2001, in the United States of America, many aspects of our daily lives have changed. One notable change has been the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. Many bills are being drafted to ensure the safety of the United States. We, as Americans, are going to have to sacrifice many of our civil liberties due to this tragic event. There are many good reasons why these bills are being drafted, but there are also negative effects ...
  • Perfect Example Of Intelligence
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    Intelligence (what it is, and what it is not) Today more then ever one can sit back and look out upon the world around them. One can look in the homes and see the children busy with homework. One can see the computers sorting through mass amounts of information. One can also see nature exist as it has for countless years. Over history as the Human race has developed it has taken a fascination in the world around it. It's main query is what separates it from the rest of what can be found on this ...
  • Commanders Use Radar Intelligence
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    3 SEP 2002 DIFFERENT MODES IN INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE IN THE UNITED STATES Information operations conducted in the enemy's backyard will assist in achieving specific strategic and tactical objectives. The flexibility to change any perspective provides commanders with a deeper insight into the dynamics of target appreciation. Having the ability to understand a target system provides commander's with the analytical tools to decipher diverse categories of complex surveillance. The end result of t...
  • Scientific Intelligence Production In The Cia
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    p Today, as never before, the threats to classified and sensitive information are immense and growing: computer attacks are increasing, competitive secrets are at risk and information warfare is on the rise. The resurgence of terrorism, the rise of economic spying and upswing in computer crime recently led U.S. intelligence officials to list these threats as principal national security concerns. Keeping pace with the changing threat dynamics and requirements of government security is a formidabl...
  • Information From The Get All Intelligence System
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    6 August 2001 The Get All Intelligence System The Get All Intelligence System is a unique multi-dimensional online database. It is an analytical tool for gathering, managing, distributing and analyzing data to improve strategic and tactical decision making. With this system each cell within a branch office can work fully autonomous or executing multiple simultaneous courses of action. Your company will now be able to benefit from corporate data by transforming it into information crucial to your...
  • Information Assurance Mission
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    National Security Agency / Central Security Service The National Security Agency / Central Security Service (NSA / CSS) was established in November 1952 to provide a crypto logic organization for the civilian and military leaders of the United States and to provide them with timely information. The National Security Agency (NSA) coordinates, directs, and performs highly specialized activities to produce foreign intelligence information and protect United States information systems through two ma...
  • Intelligence Collection And Analysis Phases
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    27 Jan 2002 OVERVIEW OF LAW ENFORCEMENT INTELLIGENCE Intelligence collecting and analyzing have been around since even Biblical times and is often referred to as the second oldest profession. Since the early 1900's, law enforcement officials have begun to utilize the value of the intelligence collection methods. One of the first well-known uses of intelligence by law enforcement was during the "Black Hand" investigations, which lasted from 1905 to 1909. The investigations resulted in the deporta...
  • Foreign Business And Technological Information
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    Economic Espionage A small Mississauga electronics safety equipment company is broken into. Although filing cabinets and desks were rummaged through, nothing was seemingly taken. An officer discovered the company had drawn up a bid for $7 million dollar contract a day or so before the break-in. The contract in question was for a foreign country. It was later discovered that the company in question was known for its aggressive economic espionage. An iron ore shipping company was also broken into....
  • Successful And Unsuccessful Collection In Signal Intelligence
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    3 SEP 2002 SUCCESSES AND FAILURES OF SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE The United States must be prepared to deploy against sophisticated and unsophisticated adversaries on a moments notice. The enemy may have little concern for the Hague Convention, which seek to limit collateral damage and noncombatant casualties. Signal Intelligence provides foreign data that analysts can collect, process and analyze into intelligence information. Whoever has the ability to control and exploit the electromagnetic spectrum...
  • Intelligence Known As Disciplines
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    The essential role of intelligence is not difficult to understand. It is to provide timely, relevant information to U.S. policymakers, decision makers, and war fighters. Accomplishing this mission involves tasking, collecting, processing, analyzing, and disseminating intelligence, commonly referred to as the intelligence cycle. There are many ways of collecting intelligence known as disciplines. The four categories of disciplines are as follows: HUMINT, SIGINT, IMINT, and MASINT. The different d...
  • Civilian Security Intelligence Service
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    The organization I have chosen for this essay is CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Service). CSIS closely resembles The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or British Security Intelligence Service. I have chosen this organization because I have great interest in becoming an employee of CSIS in the future. This essay will provide brief history of CSIS, the responsibilities of CSIS for Canada, and the application process for an entry - level position. These will be further discussed in greate...
  • Highest Standard Of Morals During Intelligence Missions
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    August 24, 2001 MORALS AND INTELLIGENCE The United States must maintain the highest standard of morals during intelligence missions. There are many ways that information from intelligence missions can be compromised, and far to many ways that the members of the mission teams can be exploited. Due to the risk of allowing one's self or the mission to be compromised, a high moral professional and personal standard should be ever present when accomplishing intelligence missions. The first issue deal...
  • Effective Competitive Intelligence Needs
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    19 May 2001 Competitive Intelligence It takes a simple mind to run a simple machine, but a shrewd mind is needed to run an organization, association, or business. Business intelligence has become a big principle in industries throughout the years. "During the second half of the 20th century, the United States and Canada, Western Europe, as well as Japan and a number of other countries, have evolved from primarily manufacturing-based economies to more information-based societies" (Kara). A busine...
  • Law Enforcement Intelligence Agencies
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    19 April 2002 PROBLEMS, SOLUTIONS, AND FUTURE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT INTELLIGENCE The use of intelligence within law enforcement intelligence agencies is not always perfect. There may be a way to safeguard against the misuse of intelligence processes to assure proper use it at all times, but it has not yet been discovered. The only way that agencies can try and control the misuse of intelligence is to study the historical failures of the past. It is of most important to protect United States citizen...
  • Intelligence Sources And Methods From Unauthorized Disclosure
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    Fears that countries hostile to the United States would use chemical and biological agents against Americans or America's allies led to the development of a defensive program designed to discover techniques for American intelligence agencies to detect and counteract chemical and biological agents. Between 1953 and 1966, the C.I.A. financed a research project (code name MKULTRA) that was established to counter Soviet and Chinese advances in brainwashing and interrogation techniques. Subprojects w...
  • Entertainment Culture
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    A primary issue of concern in the media and communication arena is the existence of entertainment culture. Entertainment culture that is synonymous to "packaging". It has been said that media is no longer the business of informing but it now concentrates on the task of entertaining. Postman's fear is that present-day information is being reduced to mere entertainment. That relevant language is being replaced by surface theatrics. Reporting and imparting news has become marginally biased. There i...

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