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When people outside of the intelligence community imagine intelligence, their mind wanders to electronic surveillance devices, dead drops, and cryptic conversations involving mysterious men and women. As the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation puts it, “simply defined, intelligence is information relevant to decision-making.” Put this way, it is easy to see how reliant we are on intelligence during crises. Command centers are stood up to process and coordinate information, escalation processes clarify when and how information should be received by decision-makers, and a common recognized information picture forms the cornerstone of briefings for senior leaders. The missing piece for disaster…
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Daniil Davydoff

Daniil Davydoff is associate director of intelligence at AT-RISK International and a Carnegie New Leader at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. He has been a columnist for Security Magazine and has been published by ASIS International/Security Management, Risk Management Magazine, The National Interest, Foreign Policy, and RealClearWorld, among other outlets. His views do not reflect those of his company. Davydoff can be contacted on LinkedIn or at [email protected]

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