The nature of threats to international and national security is changing at a rapid pace, forcing a series of fundamental changes in intelligence management and tasking methods and processes. These are clearly visible in counterterrorism operations, particularly in the intelligence collection against terrorist targets in the Internet environment. The need for the development of new analytical capabilities and tools requires a new level of cooperation and dialogue between the intelligence community and research organizations, both at the national and international level. NATO can aid and foster international intelligence cooperation through the requirements definition by NC3A, which will help address some of the compatibility and tools availability issues the intelligence services currently face while developing joint response to the terrorist threat.
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