• Manmeet Singh Arora

    Command Centre : A Coordination Unit and A Priority Formation

    A command centre is also called a war room or a situation room where there is a centralized command for decision making and passing it off for executive action. Earlier it was limited for military functions but now it has moved from Government to board rooms where important actionable decisions are taken considering the Real Time Data which is made available to the panel of decision makers to act in time and respond to inquiries, and synthesize opinions to determine the best course of action. The historical facts surrounding the centre: In the Cold War era, the Government of Canada undertook the construction of “Emergency Government Headquarters”, to be used in the…

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    Counter Intelligence in the Age of Information warfare

      Author: -Manmeet Singh Arora Designation:-Research Coordinator, GCTC Qualification:-MBA, MLIB, LLB, MA,International Relations. Area of Interest:-Intelligence Analysis, Counter Intelligence Studies, Terrorism Studies, Legal Analytics, and Court Administration.         Operational Meaning of Counterintelligence (CI) is the information gathered and actions are taken to identify and protect against an adversary’s knowledge collection activities or attempts to cause harm through sabotage or other actions. The goal of CI is to ensure information cannot be modified or destroyed by a malicious actor and that only authorized people can access an organization’s information. Its activities can be categorized as being either collective, defensive, or offensive. Collective CI efforts focus on learning who…