Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Behavioral Detection

When trying to detect terrorists or any bad guys, we would be very interested in the interaction between these people. The gloves on the left hands of these two suspects could be a clear clue to a possible problem, as they apparently hide the string actuator or other detonation device. But if you're looking for people setting up to conduct an attack, it will be their interactions and surveillance methods that can make them stand out. With a little training, these precursors to an attack can be readily detected. Call or email CTI Consulting to set up training for your staff.

Rich Roth via CTI Consulting http://ift.tt/25jjxNA

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