In Homeland Security advises of a new book on intelligence gathering and security matters – “Intelligence Operations, Understanding Data, Tools, People and Processes”. It’s described as a worthy successor to Allen Dulles’ “The Craft of Intelligence” of 60 years ago.
“If Dulles’ book could be considered a primer on what the super-secretive Central Intelligence Agency was all about, Kleinsmith’s book makes excellent required reading in college courses for aspiring intelligence gatherers and analysts. Kleinsmith now serves as Associate Vice President for Strategic Relations in Intelligence, National Homeland and Cybersecurity at American Military University.”
It’s a different security world now, and this new book sounds like a good advisory on the new setting.