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2014 World Cup Brazil: Host City Security Assessment
Brazil's World Cup host cities will each present unique security challenges to travelers and local employees. The Brazilian government is acutely aware of these issues, and plans to deploy nearly 160,000 military and police personnel dedicated solely to World Cup security - triple the security personnel on the ground during past World Cup tournaments. This report provides insights on the security issues for the World Cup host cities.
Executive Intelligence Briefing: Megatrends and Global Change in the 21st Century
Five key “megatrends” are set to shape the global operating environment for multinational organizations over the coming decades. These macro-level processes will be core drivers of change at the organizational, national, and international levels. Understanding their likely development, potential impacts, and the ways in which they interact will be a critical part of long-term strategic planning. This report provides a briefing on these trends for executives. The aim is to support leaders in positioning their organization to meet the challenges, and take advantage of the opportunities, of the next half century.
OSINT 2.0: The Next Generation of Open Source Intelligence
Open source information can no longer be treated as high-volume, low-value material to be shifted through only as an afterthought. Today, the Internet - with roughly 1 billion users and more than 5 trillion megabytes of data - has transformed open source information into the leading edge of intelligence operations. Harnessing the rapidly evolving and ever-expanding online environment is now squarely at the forefront of intelligence collection and analysis. This report explores the future of open source intelligence and the technologies that will drive the next generation.
Intelligence-Driven Security Operations Centers (iSOC): The next generation of proactive, predictive SOCs
Traditional SOCs are reactive in nature. Using traditional security systems such as alarms and closed-circuit TV monitors, traditional SOCs address incidents once they have already reached an organization’s facility. Their primary aim is to provide incident-driven response services. In contrast, an iSOC enables an organization to meet its core operational objectives: increase revenue, reduce cost, limit liability and protect its brand by doing more than monitoring and dispatching response services.
Emerging Travel Destinations: Know Your Risks
TRAVEL RISK MANAGEMENT
Rising costs have prompted some travel and event managers to seek out less common destinations in an effort to stretch their budgets. But while less traveled areas may offer some relief in terms of costs, they may also expose visitors to a number of potential risks.
NASA Case Study: Leveraging Intelligence to Protect Travelers
Using Data Transparency and Intelligence to Protect Travelers. Gain insight on how one organization’s travel risk management solution is protecting its travelers from travel disruptions and threats.
Travel Risk Management Maturity Model
Travel Risk Management Maturity Model (TRM3) is an innovative framework enabling organizations to assess their travel risk management programs and benchmark against others in the marketplace. This white paper describes the TRM3 and provides a self-assessment tool for corporate travel managers to assess their managed travel programs.
Duty of Care: Are You Covered?
Duty of Care is gaining traction both as a guiding principle among senior executives and as a legal obligation for which organizations must prepare. Faced with mounting regulation and the need to support earnings, many organizational leaders are proactively adopting Duty of Care practices to ensure compliance as well as focus internal risk management planning.
OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT
Baker Hughes case study: Entering New Markets – Faster
Read how one oil and gas company successfully used a resilient approach to uncover new sources of revenue in Northern Iraq.
Operational Risk Management Return on Investment (ROI)
Faced with steadily increasing operational risk, enterprise risk managers must prudently allocate their threat mitigation budgets. To that end, companies need sound criteria for risk mitigation and assurance that their plans make sense financially. This paper outlines five criteria to assist risk managers in optimizing return on investment.
Operational Risk Management Solutions
Learn about iJET's comprehensive Operational Risk Management Solutions and how we can enable your organization to operate globally with confidence.