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End-of-the-World Tool Construction is a Deadly Game

Author: Mario Bekes

Fear, anxiety, and political tension dominated the Cold War, which was characterised by intense rivalry between the two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union. The race to build the most powerful and cutting-edge weapons was at the heart of this competition. Both sides have spent billions of dollars... View Article





Your world as you know it is over

Your world as you know it is over

Author: Mario Bekes

We can argue and discuss how life, business and social interactions were in the Pre-COVID world, however, none of this changes the fact that the world we know is over and we need to refocus our activity on positive things. To enable us to continue to go about our daily... View Article


Understanding of Communism and Intelligence Services

Author: Mario Bekes

Western and communist countries have had very different approaches to intelligence gathering over the years. The fundamental difference is that the communist approach starts with childhood education and intelligence service secrecy. Western countries on the other hand are far more open in how its population is educated and the plans... View Article


The need for industry intelligence gathering on eco-terrorism

Author: Mario Bekes

With the rise and impact of eco-terrorism, industry needs to gather more intelligence to help it combat the threats. The Impact has reported how the FBI view eco-terrorism as the biggest domestic terror threat and the wide-ranging disruption caused by the Extinction Rebellion group is just one example of how... View Article




Don’t forget the human – fighting industrial espionage and cyber crime

Author: Mario Bekes

Human Intelligence Applications and MethodsH By Mario Bekes, Director Insight Intelligence Industrial espionage has been in the news again recently with various reports about Huwaei’s activities1. At a time when businesses are investing multiple millions of dollars in data protection systems, are they overlooking some of the most basic forms... View Article