This blog is the latest in a series of projects to explore issues relating to collaborative intelligence production. This site provides current open source intelligence, reviews technologies and solutions, and features expert analysis on a variety of topics.
Our contributors are drawn from active law enforcement and first responders, academia, journalists and blogger, security experts, and informed citizens.
Current contributors include:
- John Sullivan
- Matt Devost
- Mark Hogan
- Mike Tanji
- Adam Elkus
- Sam Logan
- Ned Moran
- Hakim Hazim
The site can be broken down into several distinct categories:
Intelligence – Information and analysis on current events and issues.
Knowledge – Links and reviews of relevant books and reports.
Reference – Links to other sites of interest.
Technology – Analysis of new technologies and theories for their application.
Solutions – Review and analysis of innovative solutions.
In addition to this blog, GroupIntel is comprised of the following components:
GroupIntel Predictions – Can a group of people accurately set the homeland security level, determine the current threat environment, and predict future attacks? Following a “wisdom of crowds” hypothesis, the GroupIntel Predictions poses a series of essential questions to seasoned analysts and look for “wisdom” in the aggregation and analysis of the collective responses. Currently, GroupIntel is running a prediction market on national security events.
GroupIntel Network – The GroupIntel network is a social network for intelligence and security professionals to collaborate, co-produce, and share information with their peers and colleagues.
GroupIntel Jobs – A job board for intelligence and national security related positions.
GroupIntel INDX – The GroupIntel Intelligence Network Data Exchange is a member-only wiki for intelligence co-production.
GroupIntel Wiki – An open wiki used to track topics of interest.
This site is owned and operated by iTACTIC Corporation on a not-for-profit basis.