USING INVESTIGATIVE INTELLIGENCE AGAINST CLEVER CRIMINALS
At corma, when we talk about intelligence, we generally mean “investigative intelligence”: in other words, providing analytical support to investigators and decision-makers via relevant information that is extracted from a flood of initially unstructured data.
As such, intelligence involves far more than simply collecting data and information.
Instead, the focus is on analyzing the information that is gathered and creating an internal context for it. This cannot be achieved without an outstanding knowledge of the “information landscape.” After all, the ultimate aim is frequently to identify the key members of a criminal network.
Investigative Intelligence: Workflow
The intelligence workflow represents the first step in the delivery of corma’s intelligence service. It involves:
Link analysis that is performed by corma could, for example, identify key individuals and firms, as well as making it possible to recognize patterns and key connections, or to carry out detailed due-diligence investigations.
As a final step, corma offers a range of different intelligence products for particularly focused results, such as: