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  • 1. MI TOOLS & CHALLENGESMats Björemats.bjore@infosphere.se +46 8 611 22 33www.infosphere.seThis presentation is in support of an oral presentation which may contain confidential information that is intended onlyfor the participants in the briefing.Please do not share any part of the presentation without written permission from Infosphere AB1
  • 2. AGENDA• Context & Background• Government or Corporation• Challenges• Guide• Tools• Demo2
  • 3. Context & Background3
  • 4. THINGS HAVE CHANGED4
  • 5. DEMAND FROM AN ASYMETRIC ENVIRONMENT5CollectionAnalysisDisseminatioPlanning
  • 6. Government or Corporation6
  • 7. A TYPICAL SETUP WITHIN A NATIONGOVERNMENTInteriorForeignAffairs HealthDefenseSIGINT HUMINT IMINT MASINTetcClients/RequirementOSINTCollection/ProductionTasksResultsHuman Intelligence(HUMINT) is thecollection ofinformation fromhuman sources. Thecollection may bedone openly or it maybe done throughclandestine or covertmeans (espionage).Signals Intelligencerefers to electronictransmissions thatcan be collected byships, planes,ground sites, orsatellites. It canrefer to theinterception ofcommunicationsbetween two partiesImageryIntelligence is alsoreferred to as photointelligence and canbe anything fromimagery satellites toremote photography.Open-Source Intelligencerefers to a broad array ofinformation and sourcesthat are generally available,including informationobtained from the media(newspapers, radio,television, etc.),professional and academicrecords (papers,conferences, professionalassociations, etc.), andpublic data (governmentreports, demographics,hearings, speeches, etc.).BICIKMIMetcMeasurement andSignaturesIntelligence is adiscipline thatconcerns technicalcapabilities andindustrial activities.It includes theadvanced processingand use of datagathered fromoverhead andairborne IMINT andSIGINT collectionsystemsCOORDINATION
  • 8. A TYPICAL SETUP WITHIN COMPANYSENIOR MANAGEMENT & BOARD OFDIRECTORSSALES SECURITY INFOR&DHUMINT IMINT MASINTetcClients/RequirementOSINTCollection/ProductionTasksResultsHuman Intelligence(HUMINT) is thecollection ofinformation fromhuman sources. Thecollection may bedone openly orthrough 3rd partyconsultants.ImageryIntelligence is alsoreferred to as photointelligence and canbe anything fromimagery satellites toremote photography.Open-Source Intelligencerefers to a broad array ofinformation and sourcesthat are generally available,including informationobtained from the media(newspapers, radio,television, etc.),professional and academicrecords (papers,conferences, professionalassociations, etc.), andpublic data (governmentreports, demographics,hearings, speeches, etc.).BICIKMIMetcMeasurement andSignaturesIntelligence is adiscipline thatconcerns technicalcapabilities andindustrial activities.It includes theadvanced processingand use of datagathered fromexaminingcompeting productsand installations.COORDINATION
  • 9. CHALLENGES9WE HAVE CREATED A COMPUTERIZED,INTERACTIVE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCEPROFILING INTRANET DEVICE FOR THECOMPANY WITH AGENTS. I CALL IT THE”BI -CENTER”.WONDERFUL. MAKE SOMEPHOTOCOPIES AND ROUTE ITAROUND.BUT I REALLY ONLY ASKEDFOR THE NAME OF THE CEO INCOMPANY X.
  • 10. WHAT NATIONS CAN DO BUT NOT YOU– Commercialdatabases– Internet– AskInt– 3rd party white(consultancies)Risk of exposureImpactHighMediumLowHighMediumLow– Public records– Public archives– Patent office– Market surveys– Yellow pages– Library– Promotionalmaterial– Recruiting– Social BragInt– 3rd party grey(consultancies)– Elicitation attrade shows,symposia– Disinformationas a catalyst– Discussiongroups– Telephone puzzle– Log filesHuman Nature(social engineering)Open– Theft– Hacking– Intrusion– Placingemployees– Interception– SignalsIntelligenceIndustrialEspionage ORNationalIntelligenceActive monitoringTarget– TrashInt9/24/2012
  • 11. MONTH/WEEKSYEARS DAYS/HOURSMINUTES/SECONDSREFLECTION PERSPECTIVE CONTEXT EARLY WARNING
  • 12. :EVERYONE IS A MEDIA MOGULInternet, and related phenomena has made everyone to a source, communicator andrecipient – so join the movement.Videos published,aggregated, taggedand edited: :DescriptionThe previous high cost of producing studio quality video or high end designed “magazines” has gone down to nothing. Anyone withaccess to a good cell phone can be as powerful as CNN or Al Jazeera.ImplicationsThe opportunities for executing media campaigns , information warfare, psychological warfare, nice diplomacy, collecting on the spotinformation is almost without limits. The skills that create an advantage is fast access to the creative networks, the key analytical skill tomake sense of all information available is contextual skills. Truth is every flavor, all the time.”Sick” Sites thataggregate mediawithin one sector”Humor ” copycats thatis just for ads, countermessage, stupidity...And so onINTENTION, LOCATION & DUPLICATION
  • 13. 13:ONLINEOpportunities, confusion, and capabilitiesDescriptionGlobal access to online information in databases has been around for decades. In the “old” days only large corporations andgovernments. With the advance of user friendly interfaces and the WWW in the early 90ties , infrastructure enhancements anddecreasing costs of technology,- new opportunities for content creation, production and delivery has emergedImplicationsAccess to information is global, instantaneous and overwhelming New challenges but also opportunities for accessing andprocessing and verifying information has entered the scene. The truth will be corrected… all the time, in several versions.FreeInformation: :For feeInformationAccess to PeopleACCESS, COST & DUPLICATION
  • 14. :COLLECTIONAccess to people is key tounderstand intentions andideasDescriptionTraditional interview techniques, human electing and doing field trips is allowed.. Why not? Access to the networks and communicatingthe findings has however dramatically evolved with the use of technology .ImplicationsThe “ Mark 1 eyeball” is still unbeaten as a tool to get the primary source take on any issue. By using distributed means of reporting, alsothe offline info can be almost instantaneous.Technology connects youto distant networksDistributed reporting integratedoffline with online data for fastprocessing and analytics: :
  • 15. TIME & ANALYTICS15Early WarningAcademicPublicationsPatentsAlternativePressTradePublicationsResearchReportsChatRoomsPersonalWebSitesOnlineNewSitesNewsGroupsNewsGroupsChatRoomse-commercesites ChatRoomsChatRoomsChatRoomsChatRoomsNewsGroupsNewsGroupsNewsGroupsChatRoomsPersonalWebSitesPersonalWebSitesPersonalWebSitesPersonalWebSites PersonalWebSitesPersonalWebStiesPersonalWebSitesPersonalWebSitesChatRoomsNewsGroupsOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewAlternativePressAlternativePress PatentsPatentsPatentsTradePublicationsTradePublicationsTradePublicationsResearchReportsNewsMagazinesPeriodicalMagazinesPeriodicalMagazinesNewsMagazinesQuality of DataRaw SynthesizedTimeless of DataInstantaneous Historicale-commercesitese-commercesitesAcademicPublicationsPatentsAlternativePressTradePublicationsResearchReportsChatRoomsPersonalWebSitesOnlineNewSitesNewsSMSNewsGroupsChatRoomse-commerceChatRoomsChatRoomsChatBlogsChatRoomsNewsGroupsNewsGroupsNewsGropsChatRoomsPersonalWLinebSitesPersonalWebSitesPersonalWebSitesPersonalWebSites PersonalWebSitesPersonalWebStiesPersonalWebSitesPersonalWebSitesChatNewsGroupsOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOnlineNewSitesOfflineNewsAlternativePressAlternativePress PatentsPatentsPatentsTradePublicationsTradePublicationsTradePublicationsResearchReportsNewsMagazinesPeriodicalMagazinesPeriodicalMagazinesNewsMagazinesQuality of DataRaw SynthesizedTimeliness of DataInstantaneous Historicale-commercee-commercesitesMMSSearch Monitor ReceiveShape Control FollowActive PassiveLate ReactionTwitterFacebookLinkedIn
  • 16. GUIDE16
  • 17. SO WHAT DRIVES CURRENT TECHNOLOGYDEVELOPMENT?Copyright 2010: Infosphere ABRemote Source Information(R –SI)Direct Source Information(D-SI)Source Information (SINF)INTELLIGENCEAnalysis, Tailoring , Objectives drivenCollection, Identification, Localization , ContextualizationCollectionSource Data (SD)• Converting Offline to Online• Legacy data• Nature of digital information• From Data to Text &Media Mining• Volumes• Digital copycats• Languages• Original, Machinetranslated, transcribed,mixed• Snippets• The Moreover syndrome,Blog posts, Social media• Location• Internal Silos• Humans, Security,Organizational• External Silos• Free and for fee - but how toconnect?
  • 18. 18DATA INFORMATION INTELLIGENCEPAST PRESENT FUTUREContextualizedCategorizedCalculatedCorrectedCondensedComparedConnectionsCalculatedConsequencesConnectionsConversationsChancesData becomes information when asked forIntelligence becomes informationwhen not neededPASSIVE ACTIVE PROACTIVEInformation becomes data when not neededINFORMATION VOLUMELEVEL OF SYNTHESIS (ANALYSIS) AND CONTEXTPUTTING IT TOGHETERTools, technology and frameworks
  • 19. TOOLS19