Director - Don Scargill

Don Scargill spent 24 years in British Military Intelligence and served with Airborne Forces, Special Forces and Special Intelligence. He was also the senior instructor in operational intelligence at the UK Defence Intelligence & Security School. He is a specialist in Security, Operational Intelligence, Human Intelligence (HUMINT) and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).

When serving at NATO's SHAPE HQ at Mons in Belgium he set up and operated the NATO Research Support Centre (NRSC). The NRSC is a specialist OSINT collection organisation which satisfies the information requirements of NATO and individual analysts. He was also involved in the training of intelligence analysts and is the co-author of the NATO OSINT Handbook.

Don Scargill has BSc degree in Information Technology and has also worked as a security training adviser to the European Commission and as a private Crisis Management consultant.

BCS - The British Computer Society is the leading professional body for those working in IT With a world-wide membership now over 68,000 members in over 100 countries. Its objects are to promote the study and practice of computing and to advance knowledge of and education in IT for the benefit of the public.

Training staff

All our staff come from national intelligence and security service backgrounds. They have proven skills and experience in their chosen fields. Staff are allocated to courses according to their particular area of expertise and are ready to share their extensive experience during training sessions. This adds incalculable value to any training experience.

We are constantly looking for consultants who can share their skills and experience with our clients. If you would like to work with i2i please send your contact details and CV to don.scargill@information2intelligence.eu .



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