A supply chain is an interconnected system of organizations, people, activities, information, and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer. Supply chain security is the planning and management of all activities involved in securing a supply chain. READ MORE
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is the process of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling the activities of an enterprise in order to minimize the effects of risk. It includes not just those risks that result from the normal operation of an enterprise... READ MORE
Intelligence is processed information that enables more informed decision-making by identifying threats, developments and opportunities within your area of operations and interest. This intelligence can be used to determine the level of security risk an enterprise faces ... or it can be used to guide investigative operations ... READ MORE
In today's complex global environment, governments and businesses are facing a myriad of security risks. There is no jurisdiction that is not threatened at some level by crime, political violence, social unrest or instability. Then there is the threat of workplace violence, the always present risk posed by dishonest employees, and the growing complexity of modern supply chains and the opportunities they present to trans-jurisdictional organized criminal groups. This can make managing your security risks problematic, particularly for those businesses that operate in the developing world and across national and regional jurisdictions. To mitigate these challenges Core Security uses leading-edge security, investigation and intelligence best practices, including intelligence-led security.

Intelligence-led security is a knowledge-based approach to security that intelligently identifies the threat and the corresponding level of risk. The objective is informed decision-making. It is an approach that compensates for changes by keeping decision-makers situationally-aware.

There are several benefits one can achieve. First and foremost, quicker detection and remediation of threats which leads to better co-ordinated and simplified response operations, a reduction in effort required, improved risk reduction, and improved compliance.

Having said that, what security intelligence means for an organisation will vary from industry to industry as well as business to business, because it will need to be integrated into the enterprise's risk management strategy. READ MORE