SSG Launches a Specialized Intelligence Program
WASHINGTON - June 22, 2014 - PRLog -- Security Services Group (SSG), a Global Security Advisory Company, has thrown its hat into the Business/ Defense private intelligence market. SSG already has an established footprint in the global advisory marketplace;
SSG’s Intelligence Service is unlike anything available in the private sector and rivals most government intelligence capabilities. SSG’s Intelligence Service is comprised of HUMAN Intelligence (HUMINT), Confidential Informants (C.I), and Deep Data Mining; making SSG the only company in the sector to provide such information.
With SSG’s reporting capabilities, companies operating in foreign countries will be able to stay ahead of any potential issues resulting from terrorism, political risk, and civil unrest. These companies will also be advised of any potential terrorist attacks or acts of violence targeting their facilities, operations or employees.
Client sectors of the new intelligence division will include, but are not limited to: retail, financial, construction and energy. The key to the intelligence service is predicting future events, being proactive rather than reactive.
In addition to terrorism, political risk and civil unrest; the intelligence service can report on:
Ø Corporate espionage
Ø Cross Border Smuggling and Illicit Trade
Ø Complete Due Diligence on foreign and domestic companies and personnel including known associates
Ø Tracking of Terrorist Funds and Funding, Organized Crime
Ø Money Laundering and Black Market Trade
Ø Predictive analysis for financial markets; i.e. how potential events could effect various stock markets and commodity pricing such as civil unrest in South Africa relating to the drop in gold prices or ISIL’s Iraq campaign raising oil prices
Every company wants an advantage over their competitors and SSG’s new Intelligence Division can provide that for their clients.
Due to the nature quality of the intelligence and information gathering process; SSG will limit the number of customers that it accepts within its Intelligence Reporting Program.
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