You may not be familiar with a beaver sejant erect proper blowing upon a hunting horn in silver with a big deer in the mix. You may not recall the origins of Thomson Reuters (TR) as a seller of radios in Ontario, Canada. You may not remember the shift from newspapers to professional publishing. That’s not a surprise. Most people do not know the names of the hundreds of specialty titles generated by the “slicing and dicing” of Thomson Reuters’ professional content. Some may be aware that Thomson Reuters is undergoing another transformation or a return to its roots.
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What was the bottom line conclusion from your second graduate thesis?
Steele, Robert. National Security C3I3H3–Command, Communications, Computing, Inter-Agency, Inter-Disciplinary, Inter-Operability, Heuristics of the Community Intelligence Cycle, Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, MPA Thesis.
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Please explain with illustrations and examples role of OSINT in all source analysis
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What are the training and skill requisites for someone working in OSINT?
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What are the similarities and differences between OPSEC and Counter Intelligence?
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Which of these three assumptions is closest to your decades of experience?
A. Open sources are richer than the closed sources.
B. Open sources are as rich as the closed ones?
C. Open sources are the chiseled-out bits of closed sources which when put together can tell us about the closed sources they owe their existence to?
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