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An Intelligent Look at Terrorism Podcast

A discussion with Destiny: Trump, Incels, Police and more

If you recall, about 5 months ago, I joined Destiny (Steven Bonnell) during his livestream. He invited me back for another discussion.

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Articles The Hill Times

Privacy and our spy agencies

Spies act in the shadows for obvious reasons: does this mean they are constrained by privacy issues?

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COVID-19 Perspectives

The challenges of gathering intelligence during a pandemic – addendum

Satellite imagery (aka imagery intelligence or IMINT) is a very useful tool in gathering data on what is happening during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Articles COVID-19 The Hill Times

No, COVID-19 is not an ‘intelligence failure’

Intelligence agencies really should have more of a dialogue with those who support them financially, i.e. the taxpayers/citizens.

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Articles Homeland Security Today

W(h)ither the US Intelligence Community?

Intelligence agencies SHOULD remain non-partisan and ‘speak truth to power’. Is this being threatened in the US?

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Articles The Hill Times

No such thing as privacy intrusions in the age of oversharing

Law enforcement and security agencies use a wealth of sources in their investigations, including openly-available data.

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An Intelligent Look at Terrorism Podcast

Podcast 23 – Terrorism analysis and open source information

This podcast will look at how to find and rate information available in open source.

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Phil in the media Video

CTV News – Allegation against CSIS

Phil Gurski from Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting on how CSIS gathers information for national security or public safety purposes.

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Phil in the media Video

Global News – Extended Interview With Phil Gurski

In this extended interview with Phil Gurski, the security analyst and former senior strategic analyst at CSIS talks about who is responsible for notifying the appropriate officials when politicians are targeted for blackmail.