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Published: October 31, 2011
Pilgrims’ experts are continuing to be advisors to the risk and business continuity industry through a series of articles and columns in the media.
This month sees the launch of Pilgrims’ Managing Director, Bill Freear’s, column series on security website Infologue. With a focus on intelligence this month, the column looks at what 'intelligence' is for, what businesses should do with their intelligence information and what criteria are to be applied to determining requirements - and thus selecting an appropriate vendor.
"Good intelligence is neither a hand grenade nor a shield to hide behind." says Freear. "Intelligence informs decision making, of course, but good intelligence always provides analysis that is highly relevant to specific requirements."
Click here to read the Infologue column.
The column supports the Pilgrims feature in the autumn issue of City Security Magazine by Gabriel Carter, Pilgrims’ Operations Manager, Consultancy.
In this article, Gabriel examines the advantages that businesses can derive from the use of external security intelligence reporting and expertise and how they can extract maximum value from intelligence products.
To read the City Security article in full, please click on the PDF link below.
City Security - Intelligence feature 09 2011.pdf