The demands of corporate executives for intelligence products has grown exponentially over the past 20 years. While an increasing number of firms are responding to those needs, the differences between them in methodological approach and core skillsets can be significant, and is often not fully appreciated by private sector clients. Similarly, government intelligence communities have been slow to appreciate the capabilities and efficiencies of private sector intelligence firms.In this seminar, Mr. Green will use case studies – Enron, 9/11, and the 2008 financial crisis – to review key moments in the evolution of the commercial intelligence industry. He will then focus on what the government intelligence community could learn from the private sector to meet a constantly expanding set of collection requirements.
Speakers and Presenters
William Green, Founder of TD International