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  • What happened yesterday is of importance only in context of what will happen tomorrow.
  • What we routinely monitor. Twitter 24/7 during disorders.
  • Our researchers and analysts identified an internal jihadi document from al Qaeda of Iraq to their followers. It told of the coming “harvest”. Our people knew that “harvest” has a dual meaning. It also means the harvesting of heads – we were able to provide advance knowledge of a coming offensive.
  • We operate in a Partnership with our clients using a feedback loop through the Case Officer. Real time alertsRecommendations to reduce vulnerabilityAccess to analystsSpecialized research and analysis Custom security briefings Take quick and effective action by receiving and analyzing timely information
  • Real time and continual monitoring intelligence analysis and alerts Recommendations to reduce vulnerability Client Access to analysts and databases Special research and analysis Country, region, or your specific topic Threat alerts pertaining to industry, operations, and employees
  • I have a friend who was doing consulting work for the State Department in Bangladesh. He would get a SitRep report from a service that his company contracted with. Ane he’d say to himself, “That’s not true?!?!?!” That’s why our Ground Truth Network is one of our prime sources of information. A-Z, But in truth, not EVERY country in between. Example – Nigeria and the criminal gangsGlobal threats pertaining to industry operationsTerrorist threat information particularly directed towards the clientTargeting of assets utilized by the client in the various countriesTargeting of personnel during business and personal travelPre-operational indicators such as surveillance, presence of known terrorists in country, etc.
  • Crisis management team. Standard is 1 hour. Last time, it took 35 minutes.
  • Fusion Center Briefs Final

    1. 1. The Targeted Actionable Monitoring Center<br />Institute of Terrorism Research and Response<br />Information Collection and Management <br />Homeland Security Presidential Directive<br />Critical Infrastructure Identification, Prioritization, and Protection<br />
    2. 2. Our Clients<br />Military <br />United Nations<br />Amtrak <br />Police Agencies<br />Aviation Sector<br />Pharmaceuticals<br />Entertainment Industry<br />Intelligence Agencies (Fusion Centers) <br />Public Health<br />NATO<br />
    3. 3. There are Clipping Services<br />and<br />There are Intel Services<br />
    4. 4. Intelligence Professionals<br />indigenous media<br />crime trends<br />Monitoring & Infiltration <br />Ground Truth<br />closed source<br />training web sites<br />anti-company propaganda<br />Twitter<br />anti-western propaganda<br />backdoor (“invisible”) websites<br />open source<br />
    5. 5. Why Insist on Native Language?<br />Was he bombed?<br />
    6. 6. Why Insist on Native Language?<br />Was he bombed?<br />Or bombed?<br />
    7. 7. Intelligence Management System (IMS)<br />Collection<br />Validation<br />Analysis<br />Publication<br /><ul><li>`</li></ul>External <br />Sources<br />ITRR Intelligence Center<br />ITRR Intelligence<br /> Center<br />“Push or Pull” COMMS<br />To Customer<br />ITRR<br />Research<br />
    8. 8. Professional Intelligence<br />
    9. 9.
    10. 10. Graphical Management Tools<br />
    11. 11. Ground Truth Resources<br />From Afghanistan to Zambia<br />
    12. 12. ITRR - Client Partnership<br /><ul><li>Assignment of Case Officer
    13. 13. 2-way information sharing
    14. 14. Quick alert and response
    15. 15. Immediate link  Crisis Management Team </li></li></ul><li>Domestic Intelligence<br />Animal Liberation Front<br />Earth Liberation Front<br />Anti-Globalists <br />Anarchists<br />
    16. 16. International Intelligence<br />International Jihadists<br />Criminal Gangs <br />Separatist Groups<br />
    17. 17. Targeting American Icons<br />(Case #2007-Region6-7Y72)<br />American University in Beirut<br />
    18. 18. Targeting Hotel Chain Used by Westerners<br />(Case #2009-Region6-13C16)<br />Marsa Alam and Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt<br />
    19. 19. Anarchist Disorders<br />(Case #2009-Region2-4YK79)<br />G-20 London Disorders<br />
    20. 20. Eco Threats<br />Case #2009-Region1-G306<br />Coal River Valley, West Virginia <br />
    21. 21. Financial Industry<br />Case #2009-Region1-J168<br />Jihadist Targeting Information <br />
    22. 22. Istanbul Bombing<br />TAM-C 2008F209 <br />16July2008 TAM-C Alerts warns of attack in Mediterranean area <br />27July2008 Double bombing <br />in Istanbul<br />
    23. 23. TAM-C ProductsA custom service<br />Actionable Intelligence sit-reps <br />Assignment of an ITRR Case Officer <br /> Client-specific web-based threat/incident map <br /> Specific Alerts (24/7) <br /> Intelligence Management System <br /> Monitoring of personnel and assets<br />
    24. 24. The Institute of Terrorism Research and Response<br />Aaron Richman, M.B.A.<br />Co-Director, TAMC <br />arichman@itrrintel.org<br />Michael Perelman, M.S., C.P.P.<br />Co-Director, ITRR<br />perelman@itrrintel.org<br />info@terrorresponse.org<br />www.terrorresponse.org<br />USA: P.O. Box 56555<br /> Philadelphia, PA 19111<br /> Ph: +1.215.922.1080<br />UK: 5 Percy Street, Office4<br /> London W1T 1DG<br />Israel: P.O. Box 18356<br /> Jerusalem 91182, Israel<br /> Ph: +972.2.571.1526<br />