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Competitor Analysis Profiles Private Intelligence Industry 1 Competitor Analysis Profiles Private Intelligence Industry 1

Intelligence Online “Global Strategic Information” 2 Intelligence Online “Global Strategic Information” 2

Essentials n political and economic intelligence n Headquarters: Paris n Pay per article n Essentials n political and economic intelligence n Headquarters: Paris n Pay per article n $745 per year for personal account n Negotiated corporate accounts n www. intelligenceonline. com 3

Services – Intelligence Online evaluates emerging global risks • terrorism, proliferation, organized crime, money Services – Intelligence Online evaluates emerging global risks • terrorism, proliferation, organized crime, money laundering, political instability – Daily electronic newsletter – Bi-weekly print edition 4

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) “The World Leader In Country Intelligence” 5 The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) “The World Leader In Country Intelligence” 5

Who is The EIU? u u u u Leader in Country and Industry specific Who is The EIU? u u u u Leader in Country and Industry specific analysis Global Intelligence Subsidiary of UK’s Economist Group (The Economist magazine) Headquarters: London Major Offices: NY & Hong Kong ~100 FT Analysts, ~650 contributors $48 M sales revenue (2001) www. eiu. com 6

The EIU’s Services u Views. Wire: daily economic, political and market developments in 200 The EIU’s Services u Views. Wire: daily economic, political and market developments in 200 countries • $11, 000 annually u Risk. Wire: analysis, forecasts, alerts, and background studies and data covering a wide range of risk factors • $5, 000 annually u Industry. Wire: five-year forecasts and news analysis for eight key industries. Industry. Wire covers the 60 major economies that account for more than 95% of the world GDP • $6, 000 annually 7

The EIU’s Services Country. Data: contains concise summaries of the EIU’s short-term political and The EIU’s Services Country. Data: contains concise summaries of the EIU’s short-term political and economic forecasts on 181 countries u World. Data: near-real-time economic data and forecasts over the web u 8

The EIU’s Services u Country Profiles: outline a country’s economic and political status and The EIU’s Services u Country Profiles: outline a country’s economic and political status and background. • They give an annual perspective on the long-term political and social issues affecting each country, providing a complete introduction to all international markets. They map out the infrastructure and the major industrial sectors of the economy; and also evaluate longer-term developments. • 173 reports on nearly 200 countries present figures and analysis in an historical context. • Subscription price US$265 9

The EIU’s Services u Country Reports: examine and explain in depth the issues shaping The EIU’s Services u Country Reports: examine and explain in depth the issues shaping countries: the political scene, economic policy, domestic economy, sectoral trends, and foreign trade and payments. Detailed two-year forecasts complement the analysis and pinpoint political and economic developments and trends. • 195 countries covered • Annual subscription: US$485, Single issue: US$230 10

The EIU’s Services u Country Risk Service: In-depth and timely analysis of the risks The EIU’s Services u Country Risk Service: In-depth and timely analysis of the risks of financial exposure in 100 countries • monitors emerging and highly indebted markets on a continuous basis, producing twoyear forecasts for the economic variables that are most important for risk assessment • Variables include current-account balance, financing requirements, foreign reserves, short -term debt, "hot money inflows" and the vulnerability of the banking sector. • Annual subscription price: US$735 11

EIU Features Offers numerous additional economic and global databases u All services available online EIU Features Offers numerous additional economic and global databases u All services available online u • All country profiles, reports and forecasts available in print. u Individual articles available for purchase 12

Oxford Analytica “Global Strategic Analysis” 13 Oxford Analytica “Global Strategic Analysis” 13

Who is Oxford Analytica? u u u Academia based Intelligence Analysis Firm that draws Who is Oxford Analytica? u u u Academia based Intelligence Analysis Firm that draws on the scholarship of Oxford and other major universities and research institutions around the world to provide global strategic analysis of geopolitical, macroeconomic and social developments. Headquarters: Oxford, UK 51 FT Analysts, ~1, 000 scholar consultants $4 M sales revenue (2002) www. oxan. com 14

Oxford Analytica’s Services u Daily Brief Services: daily geopolitical, economic, social, business and industrial Oxford Analytica’s Services u Daily Brief Services: daily geopolitical, economic, social, business and industrial developments analysis • Provided in a variety of access levels from full access to limited, regional, sectoral, etc. • Comprehensive access: $45, 000 annually u Consulting: • • • Risk identification, assessment & monitoring Political & economic Sectors, trends, issues Scenario planning Strategic Advisory Service Executive education 15

Oxford Analytica Etc. u u Hosts an annual conference for business and political leaders Oxford Analytica Etc. u u Hosts an annual conference for business and political leaders to educate and recruit clients. Hosts various other conferences and conference calls focused on specific issues. 16

Oxford Analytica Features u Offers e-mail alerts, 3 rd party delivery (libraries, etc. ) Oxford Analytica Features u Offers e-mail alerts, 3 rd party delivery (libraries, etc. ) and intranet services 17

Jane’s Information Group “Intelligence and Insight You Can Trust” 18 Jane’s Information Group “Intelligence and Insight You Can Trust” 18

Who is Jane’s? u u Largest Defense Intelligence Provider Private Intelligence Corp. • Acquired Who is Jane’s? u u Largest Defense Intelligence Provider Private Intelligence Corp. • Acquired by Thomson Information & Solutions Ltd. in April 2001 u u u Headquarters: Coulsdon, UK Major Offices: Dubai, UAE, Alexandria, VA, Singapore, Tokyo, Japan, New Delhi, India, NSW, Australia 249 employees (2004) $45. 2 M Revenue (2002) www. janes. com 19

Jane’s Intelligence Services u u u Jane’s Intelligence Review: dedicated to helping identify transnational Jane’s Intelligence Services u u u Jane’s Intelligence Review: dedicated to helping identify transnational security risks before they hit the headlines. combines first-hand reports from correspondents across the world, with analysis from technical and subject experts to give advance warning of step-changes in risk • Subscription includes access to 11 year archive • Online subscription: US $ 1, 195. 00 annually Jane’s Foreign Report: weekly early-warning alert service that provides information about international trade strategies, political maneuvers, military affairs, terrorism activity, economic predictions, etc. • Online subscription: US $ 1, 110. 00 Jane’s Intelligence Watch Report: paragraph-long daily electronic bulletin on the world’s intelligence community. • Subscription includes access to all reports. • Online subscription: US $ 480. 00 20

Jane’s Intelligence Services ◊ Jane's Defense Weekly: pinpoints geopolitical threats, reveals new weapons technology Jane’s Intelligence Services ◊ Jane's Defense Weekly: pinpoints geopolitical threats, reveals new weapons technology and analyzes military activity across the globe ◊ Subscription includes access to 11 year archive ◊ Online subscription: US $ 1, 120. 00 ◊ Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor: security briefings on potential law-and-order breakdowns in different regions and onthe-spot analysis of imminent threats. includes coverage of the political and economic context surrounding developments ◊ Subscription includes access to 5 year archive ◊ Online subscription: US $ 1, 170. 00 ◊ Jane's Terrorism Watch Report: daily update on terrorist activities worldwide ◊ Online subscription: US $ 480. 00 21

Additional Jane Services Consulting u Database Libraries: u Offers a reference source for security Additional Jane Services Consulting u Database Libraries: u Offers a reference source for security and defense information Airport news, equipment and services information u Worldwide national rail and urban transportation systems data u Police and law enforcement news and equipment information u 22

Jane’s Features Offers a variety of subscription options. Most publications available via online, CD-ROM, Jane’s Features Offers a variety of subscription options. Most publications available via online, CD-ROM, newsletter, email or a combination of formats. u Offers Intranet Services u 23

East View “The World’s Leading Supplier of Information Products and Services from Russia/CIS and East View “The World’s Leading Supplier of Information Products and Services from Russia/CIS and China” 24

Essentials Data warehouse for information and analysis regarding Russia, China and the NIS n Essentials Data warehouse for information and analysis regarding Russia, China and the NIS n Headquarters: Minneapolis, MN n – Additional Offices: Kiev & Moscow ~$5 M Sales Revenue (2002) n Private n 120+ employees n www. eastview. com n 25

Services – Access to books, journals, newspapers, serials, and other publications concerning the former Services – Access to books, journals, newspapers, serials, and other publications concerning the former Soviet Union – Custom Research services – EV Mail direct notification service; customized information and timely alerts of new books and targeted recommendations pertinent to the client – Linguist/translation services – Access to China’s National Knowledge Infrastructure (one of world’s largest digital libraries) – Universal Database (UD) Access, online 26 publication database of Russia and NIS

Features & Technology • East View’s Universal Database (UD) is the largest online data Features & Technology • East View’s Universal Database (UD) is the largest online data warehouse of publications from Russia and the NIS • UD includes 30+ newspaper, 40+ military publications, the Russian Duma, the Russian Academy of Sciences, and regional Russian newswires. 27

Intellibridge “Global Intelligence Solutions” 28 Intellibridge “Global Intelligence Solutions” 28

Essentials n Offers a unique custom intelligence resource n Headquarters: Washington DC n Annual Essentials n Offers a unique custom intelligence resource n Headquarters: Washington DC n Annual sales of ~$8 M n 12 Full-time Analysts n www. intellibridge. com 29

Services – Daily Intelligence summaries – Functional Area Analysis – Linguist Support – Research-On-Demand, Services – Daily Intelligence summaries – Functional Area Analysis – Linguist Support – Research-On-Demand, – Daily Homeland Security Monitor newsletter 30

Features & Technology Focus on Tailoring both the Content and Distribution of its Services. Features & Technology Focus on Tailoring both the Content and Distribution of its Services. • Developed the Enterprise Intelligence Portal to distribute its customized intelligence briefs to each customer. • Enterprise Intelligence Portal is a unique web-access site customized to each customer which archives relevant briefs and 31 news. •

Other Services n Offer Teleconferencing and Scenariogaming events. 32 Other Services n Offer Teleconferencing and Scenariogaming events. 32

Pricing n $250 per 1 -year subscription to the Homeland Security Monitor n Other Pricing n $250 per 1 -year subscription to the Homeland Security Monitor n Other services vary 33

Etcetera n Founded in 1998 by David Rothkopf – former managing director of Kissinger Etcetera n Founded in 1998 by David Rothkopf – former managing director of Kissinger Associates. – Former Deputy to the Under Secretary of Commerce in charge of international affairs under Clinton. 34

Booz Allen Hamilton ”Strategy and Technology Consulting. Delivering Results that Endure” 35 Booz Allen Hamilton ”Strategy and Technology Consulting. Delivering Results that Endure” 35

Who is Booz Allen Hamilton? u u u Global Strategic and Technology consulting Private Who is Booz Allen Hamilton? u u u Global Strategic and Technology consulting Private firm that Consults in Strategy, Organization & Change, Operations, IT and Technology management Headquarters: Mc. Lean, Virginia ~16, 000 employees on six continents (Jan. ’ 05) $2. 7 B annual sales (year end 3/31/04) www. boozallen. com 36

Booz Allen’s Services u Two Major Operating Units • Worldwide Commercial Sector u u Booz Allen’s Services u Two Major Operating Units • Worldwide Commercial Sector u u Works with leading corporations to enhance long-term competitive advantages. Booz Allen helps clients deal with multiple, seemingly conflicting objectives at the same time — reducing uncertainty and helping to manage risks by developing and implementing clear solutions. Booz Allen uses broad-based experience to help clients address their most critical issues, such as creating new organizational models, capturing value from their customer and channel strategies, and increasing the effectiveness of their supply chains and assets to ensure the resilience of their businesses. • Technology/Government Consulting Sector u Works with government agencies, institutions, and infrastructure organizations worldwide, providing a broad range of management consulting, engineering, information technology, and systems development/integration services. 37

Booz Allen Etc. James Woolsey, former director of the CIA, is VP in charge Booz Allen Etc. James Woolsey, former director of the CIA, is VP in charge of Global Strategic Security u Has seen a large increase in demand for its security and strategic consulting services since 9/11. u 38

“The Risk Consulting Company” 39 “The Risk Consulting Company” 39

Who is Kroll? u u u Global Risk Consulting Company specializing in Investigative, Intelligence Who is Kroll? u u u Global Risk Consulting Company specializing in Investigative, Intelligence and Security services. Headquarters: New York, NY 60+ US and foreign offices. major offices in Toronto, Miami, London, Sao Paulo and Hong Kong. 2600 employees (2003) $485. 5 M sales revenue (2003) www. krollworldwide. com 40

Kroll’s Services u Corporate Consulting & Security services: • business investigations and intelligence services, Kroll’s Services u Corporate Consulting & Security services: • business investigations and intelligence services, financial services such as forensic accounting and business valuation and corporate recovery. employee and vendor screening, substance abuse testing and video surveillance. • security services, which include crisis management, institutional, architectural and personal security, executive protection and travel and political risk information, and technology services such as information security consulting, investigations and training 41

Kroll’s Publications u u u Daily Intelligence Briefing: 50 -100 word announcements of noteworthy Kroll’s Publications u u u Daily Intelligence Briefing: 50 -100 word announcements of noteworthy global events. Briefs include notification and analysis of terrorist activities, political strife, crime trends and other risk-related developments Country Risk Reports: In-depth profiling and analysis of the risk environments of selected countries Monthly Intelligence Reports: Regionally-based risk assessment reports which provide projective analysis and recommendations. 42

Kroll Technology u Kroll Ontrack, the technology services group of Kroll. Ontrack helps attorneys Kroll Technology u Kroll Ontrack, the technology services group of Kroll. Ontrack helps attorneys and litigators gather and filter electronic documents for use in legal proceedings, regulatory matters and investigations. Kroll Ontrack also recovers, restores and protects electronic data that has been erased, reformatted or lost, and investigates the causes of technology and data tampering. 43

Kroll Etcetera May 18, 2004: Kroll Inc. and Marsh & Mc. Lennan Companies, Inc. Kroll Etcetera May 18, 2004: Kroll Inc. and Marsh & Mc. Lennan Companies, Inc. (NYSE: MMC) announced that they had entered into a merger agreement under which MMC would acquire Kroll Inc. in a $1. 9 billion cash transaction u Kroll’s travel intelligence and risk services provided by i. Jet u 44

Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations “Defining Business Intelligence” 45 Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations “Defining Business Intelligence” 45

Who is Pinkerton? u u u Security consulting, Investigations and Business Risk services Headquarters: Who is Pinkerton? u u u Security consulting, Investigations and Business Risk services Headquarters: Parsippany, NJ subsidiary of Securitas Group • 240, 000 u u u 21 intelligence consultants $16. 06 M sales revenue (2003) www. ci-pinkerton. com 46

Pinkerton’s Services u Consulting and Investigation: • Security consulting offering assistance in crisis management, Pinkerton’s Services u Consulting and Investigation: • Security consulting offering assistance in crisis management, continuity planning, executive protection, workplace compliance, due diligence, financial investigations, technology risk solutions, computer forensics, loss prevention, brand protection, and litigation support. u Global Intelligence Services: • Daily Intelligence Summary: Analysis of significant political and economic world events occurring in the previous 24 -48 hours. Delivered by 8: 30 am local time each day. • Weekly Intelligence Forecast: Friday publication that recaps major developments and forecasts future events that may affect business security/travel. Also contains four articles on region-specific security topics and a statistical abstract on terrorism. Finally reports a general country overview. 47

Pinkerton’s Services • Global Intelligence Services cont. u Country File: Analysis of country risks Pinkerton’s Services • Global Intelligence Services cont. u Country File: Analysis of country risks including categories on Indications & Warnings, Economy, Politics, Social Unrest, Terrorism and Crime u City File: Detailed analysis of security threats and general information about 280 cities worldwide. Organized into eight categories; (1)Snapshot, (2)Crime, (3)Terrorism/Unrest, (4)Police, (5)Transportation, (6)Entry Requirements, (7)General Facts, (8)Medical u Group Profiles: Overview of prominent active fringe and terrorist organizations. Profiles outline history, MO, objectives and recent actions 48

Pinkerton Etcetera Largest provider of contract security (80% of Fortune 1000 companies u Pinkerton’s Pinkerton Etcetera Largest provider of contract security (80% of Fortune 1000 companies u Pinkerton’s travel intelligence and risk services provided by i. Jet u 49

The Strategic Consultants Kissinger Mc. Larty Associates u The Cohen Group u The Scowcroft The Strategic Consultants Kissinger Mc. Larty Associates u The Cohen Group u The Scowcroft Group u Stonebridge International u 50

Competencies and Characteristics Heavy in Personal High-Level Political and Business Contacts u High-Profile Executives Competencies and Characteristics Heavy in Personal High-Level Political and Business Contacts u High-Profile Executives u Facilitate and Cultivate Foreign Investment Opportunities u 51

Kissinger Mc. Larty u u u International business strategy firm Strategic consulting with focus Kissinger Mc. Larty u u u International business strategy firm Strategic consulting with focus on determining foreign investment opportunities, establishing partnerships and forming relationships with foreign governments and regulators. Headquarters: Washington DC • Additional Office: New York, NY u u u 30 -40 employees Maintain ~30 corporate clients www. kmaglobal. com 52

The Cohen Group u u Objective of helping multinational clients explore opportunities overseas as The Cohen Group u u Objective of helping multinational clients explore opportunities overseas as well as solve problems that may develop Strategic advice to corporate leadership and hands-on assistance in marketing, regulatory affairs and related matters • Transactional consulting-deal sourcing and capital raising activities u u Headquarters: Washington DC ~25 employees ~$6 M operating revenue (2002) www. cohengroup. net 53

The Scowcroft Group u Consulting in strategic planning, risk management, market development and operational The Scowcroft Group u Consulting in strategic planning, risk management, market development and operational support • • u u Political and Business Risk Assessment of Target Markets, Market Entry Strategy and Business Venture Structure Development, Identification of Potential Sources of Capital, Identification and Vetting of Potential Joint Venture Partners Local and International, Management of Regulatory and Taxation Issues, Access to International Government Agencies and Overseas Private Parties, Resolution of Investment and Operational Challenges Headquarters: Washington DC 15 -25 employees (’ 03) <50 clients @ $100 K+ per contract www. scowcroft. com 54

Stonebridge International u International Business Strategy firm • “Smart Global Decision Making” u u Stonebridge International u International Business Strategy firm • “Smart Global Decision Making” u u u Consulting focus on adapting clients needs to that of specific governments and corporations abroad. Facilitates market entry by connecting clients with key officials abroad. Headquarters: Washington DC 15 -25 employees (’ 03) ~15 corporate clients www. stonebridge-international. com 55

Civilitas “Politics and Society in South East Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean” 56 Civilitas “Politics and Society in South East Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean” 56

Essentials n Commentary and Analysis on Politics and Society in South East Europe and Essentials n Commentary and Analysis on Politics and Society in South East Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean n Headquarters: Nicosia, Cyprus n ~20 Full-time Analysts n www. civilitasresearch. com 57

Services – Strategic Business reports of the Mediterranean region. • ID areas of opportunity Services – Strategic Business reports of the Mediterranean region. • ID areas of opportunity and concern in the region • Available online for $250 – Risk Assessment consultation for the Mediterranean region 58

Features Focus on providing detailed regional information for a niche market • Utilizes numerous Features Focus on providing detailed regional information for a niche market • Utilizes numerous academic and regional associates to provide analysis. • 59

Etcetera n Founded in 2001 by Dr. James Ker. Lindsay and Dr. Oliver Richmond, Etcetera n Founded in 2001 by Dr. James Ker. Lindsay and Dr. Oliver Richmond, both of who contribute to Oxford Analytica, The EIU and Jane’s 60

i. Jet “Travel Risk Management” 61 i. Jet “Travel Risk Management” 61

Essentials n Travel risk management information and services. n Headquarters: Annapolis, MD n 40% Essentials n Travel risk management information and services. n Headquarters: Annapolis, MD n 40% revenue increase 2003 -2004, ~$5 M sales('03) n 55 employees n www. ijet. com 62

Services – Travel Intelligence Services: provide corporate personnel with tactical information and reports for Services – Travel Intelligence Services: provide corporate personnel with tactical information and reports for more than 180 countries and 260 cities to help travelers avoid disruptions and stay safe, healthy and productive. – Worldcue Risk Management System: provides corporate security, travel and human resource personnel the ability to track, locate and communicate with travelers at all times, anywhere in the world. – Global Guardian: provides both response capability and proactive risk mitigation services, such as consulting, contingency planning, training and intelligence. The core of this service is 24/7/365 crisis management center where i. JET 63 professionals manage all manner of emergencies

Services – Secur. Source: a collection of tactical reports used by corporate risk, security, Services – Secur. Source: a collection of tactical reports used by corporate risk, security, HR, travel and medical professionals. This library provides in-depth analysis of changing risks facing corporate interests and people around the world. – Travel. Watch: provides decision makers with continuously updated destination-specific advisories and intelligence for more than 450 destinations worldwide, including most major U. S. cities. • Covers 10 risk categories, including Security, Health, Transportation, Entry/Exit, Weather and Communications. • Travel. Watch also pushes real-time Travel Alerts to corporate users, who can specify how they want to 64

Etcetera n Provides all travel-related services to Kroll and Pinkerton customers. n $14. 95 Etcetera n Provides all travel-related services to Kroll and Pinkerton customers. n $14. 95 -$25. 00 for travel intelligence reports n Disseminates data electronically “real -time” through internet, pagers, PDA’s, cell phones, etc. 65