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SERAPH Now Listed With Jane’s Information Group

Jane's Information Group

Jane’s Information Group

 

SERAPH is a specialized consulting and training firm. SERAPH provides LEGAL, LIABILITY and SECURITY problem solving for the Education, Business, Legal, Law Enforcement and Government communities.

Jane’s Information Group (often referred to as Jane’s) is a British publishing company specializing in transportation, law enforcement and military topics.

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SERAPH Adds INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS & RESEARCH SERVICES

 

SERAPH announces the addition of Intelligence Analysis and Research services to its Legal Services division.

SERAPH has partnered with Erik Miller of IntelligenceInk. Erik Miller has served as an independent intelligence officer since 2009, developing a reputation for excellent writing/reporting skills and targeted research.

Mr. Miller’s professional work has appeared in publications including the JOURNAL OF COUNTER-TERRORISM, the JERUSALEM POST, and the LANGLEY INTELLIGENCE GROUP NETWORK. In 2010, he edited a NATO JOURNAL ON ‘MEDICAL TERRORISM’. He also served as an editorial assistant to the MIDDLE EAST QUARTERLY, the publication of the Middle East Forum in Philadelphia.

Canada Is Dangerous And Other Travel Safety Issues That Can Hurt You And Your Family

Recently in the Wall Street Journal, Joe Queenan wrote about the issue of travel safety. In ‘Dying to Go to Acapulco – Literally’ Queenan talks about the ‘online cheerleaders’ who are touting Mexico as a vacation spot in spite of the wide spread violence.

In response to their illogical claims of a safe Mexico, he poses the question, “Wouldn’t it make more sense to go someplace where there aren’t drug gangs, homicides and abductions?”

While traveling is a rewarding and fun activity it requires a plan of action to keep you, your family, students, volunteers or employees safe.

Due Diligence Mess

Investor Fraud and Ponzi schemes

Indictments for Ponzi schemes and investor fraud have been increasing everyday. While pundits, congress and financial experts pinpoint problems with regulatory agencies such as the SEC, the real problem centers on what I call the “Due Diligence Mess,” the way in which this process is handled within the legal and financial community.

After the recent sentencing of Bernard Madoff one of his victims made this statement to USA Today, “My due diligence was the SEC. What greater due diligence can you have than the SEC? They failed us.”