Security planning in operations must be an intelligence lead activity. Finding high-quality reporting that you can trust is not always easy. Some organisations try and build their own intelligence production capability but this too can be quite difficult and costly.
Here at RCAS, our professional backgrounds in government spoiled us with very high quality intelligence collection and production. We toyed with the idea of building our own intelligence capability, but quickly realized this was going to be cost prohibitive. We decided to subscribe to a variety of paid services for day to day awareness yet this didn’t give us any bespoke capabilities.
Today, when we need specialized intelligence to support our operations, we rely on NSSG‘s organic intelligence capability. Their team is stacked with exceptional intelligence professionals with amazing access to ground truth in a variety of regions. I invite you to sample their Jan 2023 Global Risk Outlook as well as these gems:
- Russia’s war in Ukraine- Implications for businesses
- Transnistria’s newfound geopolitical relevance
- Rising Socio-Economic Instability and its tail risks impacting Egypt
- Potential scenarios of an accident at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine
- JCPOA’s uncertain future highlights rising geopolitical risks in the region
Interested in learning more? Contact our friends at NSSG!