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22 June 2023
Webinar

Webinar | Breaking Down Intelligence Collection: From Information to Actionable Intelligence

Intelligence analysis is a complex process that involves gathering, evaluating, and interpreting information to produce insights that can inform decision-making. A better understanding of the fundamental pillars of intelligence will allow the intelligence community to better understand the needs of intelligence producers and consumers, as well as what buyers should pay attention to when considering a product or service.

In this webinar, intelligence experts, Aaron Dixon and Daphnée Aguilar, come together to dive deeply into the following topics:

  • How intelligence is created through the Intelligence Cycle.
  • How strategic, tactical, and operational intelligence differ from, and relate to, one another.
  • How analysts utilize intelligence collection disciplines to ensure high intelligence quality.
  • How information converts into actionable and impactful intelligence.
  • How to avoid information overload, manipulation, and other common pitfalls of intelligence generation.

About the Speaker

Aaron is a former member of the New Zealand Military who has spent the last 6 years working as a consultant in the areas of IT Security and Compliance, Data Privacy, Digital Forensics and Cyber Threat Intelligence. He holds a bachelor’s degree with a double major in History and Defense Studies, as well as a Postgraduate Certificate in International Security. His primary areas of interest are terrorism and geopolitical conflict, as well as focusing on the foundational processes and principles of the Intelligence Cycle.

Daphnée is a Criminologist with more than 10 years of experience as an Intelligence Officer. She specialized in developing actionable intelligence for identifying, preventing and neutralizing threats and risks from Transnational Organized Crime. Driven by the feminist movement, her last research was on the Effects of Gender and Racial Bias on Gender-Based Violence Policies. She considers herself a professional taco taster.