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Protective
Intelligence

E.F. Vidocq gathers and analyzes information about potential threats to an individual or organization.

Security Intelligence

Complex world demands proactive approaches.

We identify vulnerabilities and determine the most appropriate response to mitigate the risk. Protective intelligence is a proactive approach to security that helps organizations anticipate and prevent security incidents before they occur.

As our world becomes more complex and interconnected, the importance of protective intelligence has become increasingly clear. Protective intelligence is a key component of security and safety for individuals, organizations, and nations. It is a proactive approach to threat management that involves identifying, assessing, and mitigating potential threats.

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Identify Threats Now

Develop a better understanding.

Implementing protective intelligence requires a comprehensive approach that involves several key steps. Here are some of the most important steps to consider when implementing protective intelligence in your personal or professional life:

  • Conduct a Threat Assessment: The first step in implementing protective intelligence is to conduct a thorough threat assessment. This assessment should identify potential threats to individuals, organizations, and communities and assess the likelihood and severity of each threat.

  • Gather Intelligence: After conducting a threat assessment, it is important to gather intelligence about potential threats. This can involve collecting information from a variety of sources, including social media, news reports, and other open-source materials.

  • Analyze Intelligence: Once you have gathered intelligence, it is essential to analyze it to determine its relevance and accuracy. This process involves evaluating the credibility of the sources and determining the potential impact of each threat.

  • Develop Response Plans: After analyzing the intelligence, it is important to develop response plans for each potential threat. These plans should outline the steps that need to be taken to respond to a threat and protect individuals and organizations from harm.

 

  • Train and Educate: Finally, it is essential to train and educate individuals and organizations on the importance of protective intelligence and how to implement it effectively. This may involve training on how to gather and analyze intelligence, how to respond to a crisis, and how to maintain a state of readiness.

Protective Intelligence Organizations

We work for those that protect.

Protective intelligence is used in a wide range of industries, including government, military, law enforcement, corporate security, and private security. The applications of protective intelligence are numerous and varied, but some of the most common include:

  • Corporate security: Protective intelligence can help organizations protect their employees, assets, and reputation by identifying potential threats and taking steps to mitigate those threats.

  • Government security: Governments use protective intelligence to safeguard the safety and security of their citizens. This includes identifying potential threats to national security and taking steps to prevent those threats from becoming a reality.

  • Law enforcement: Protective intelligence is used by law enforcement agencies to help prevent and solve crimes. This includes identifying potential threats to public safety and taking steps to prevent those threats from becoming a reality.

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Significantly Benefit From Our Expertise.

We assess develop and implement protective intelligence plans for organizations.

Implementing a protective intelligence program is not a simple task, but it is one that can have significant benefits for organizations and individuals. Some of the steps involved in implementing protective intelligence include:

  • Assessing the risks: The first step in implementing protective intelligence is to assess the risks that an organization or individual faces. This involves gathering and analyzing information about potential threats and determining the level of risk they pose.

  • Developing a plan: Once the risks have been assessed, the next step is to develop a plan to mitigate those risks. This plan should be comprehensive and should take into account the unique needs and circumstances of the organization or individual.

  • Implementing the plan: The final step in implementing protective intelligence is to put the plan into action. This involves implementing the necessary security measures and procedures, as well as monitoring and reviewing the program to ensure that it is effective.

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