1 European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) DO NOT COPY! PROPERTY OF ECIPS
2 Due to the authority vested in the European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) Decree / Statute and its unique international nature, ECIPS observes the issues confronting Global Security in the 21st century, such as, global threats, security and instability, terrorism and radicalism, cyber threats, human rights, sustainable development, humanitarian emergencies, gender equality, governance, food production, climate change and more. ECIPS serves as a leading forum for debate on International and EU Security affairs, but its most distinguishing feature lies in its strong in-house Rural Intelligence research capacity by its global Law-enforcement experts, complemented by an extensive network of international partner institutes throughout the world. European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS)
3 MONITOR INTERNATIONAL SECURITY WE OBSERVE European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) came into being during 2013, following, several international emerging threats such as terrorism, cyber threats and the threat of destabilizing global peace. One of our Missions is to monitor early signs of global risk, both, in the domain of security and justice. It focuses on research and trends of all risk associated with the survival of our social and critical infrastructures of life and its security, providing practical guidance to policy makers and corporations that effects our ways of life and protect our European Identity. The International Information Policy and Security Council (IIPSC) plays a major important role in creating practical solutions in a sustainable Security and Justice environment of the 21st century. European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS)
4 PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS WE PROMOTE One of European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) main priorities is creation of educational programs and research with international co-operation across Europe to find practical and pragmatic solution to our international tribulations that affects our culture, social rights and economical sustainability across the European Union that will encouraged the improvement of human wellbeing in both, the social economical and political environment of today. The European Centre for Information Policy and Security and its Advisory Council together with its international memberships provides the expertise to such solutions of international sustainable and development in the domain of International security that promotes prosperity and economic opportunity for all. This leads to understanding the future and its responsibility towards the global emerging risks, of tomorrow.
5 WE RESEARCH RESEARCH, PRODUCE & PUBLISH SOLUTIONS The ECIPS foundation is based on educational research and the monitoring of public information, in producing bespoke services and publications, for both our member states and corporations, in all levels of risk management and security to encourage institutional scholars of tomorrow in understanding and evaluations of our global environments within the domain of Security, Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) of today that will affect our ways of life in the future. Research and public educations plays a major key role in the ever evolutionary development of our human life, and needs great attention to build sustainable environments. The European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) publishes timely effort produced research with the aim to educate and promote global peace and sustainability at all levels of life.
6 BASIC VALUES PROMOTE BASIC EUROPEAN VALUES ECIPS promotes our basic European Values that includes the promotion of European arts, architecture, literature, music and its culture that are the essentials on which our modern fundamental of our free and peaceful democratic society has evolved. The humanistic world-view starts with the thought of giving value to a human being and its thinking ability, and ends with the thought of giving value to all people known as Human Rights. It is a world-view fulfilled with the wish for Liberty, Equality and Fraternity that had developed over several millennia. The result of humanistic, rational, and secular thinking provided the laws of freedom and holds the key to understanding the European Values that builds our constitutional legacy that provides sustainable and renewable trusts to all scholars of education and its research the promote peace and prosperity to our youth of today.
7 MONITOR EARLY SIGNS OF CHANGES EARLY SIGNS ECIPS observe and research early global signs of atmospheric and global security changes that will affect our information policy and security age of today. The ECIPS hold conferences, lectures, seminars and fund raising events to promote and sustainability of promotion in the domain of safety, security and justice and encourage public safety awareness programs and coordinated security integrated programs internationally in order to realize this purpose and establish, develop, implement and promote policies with several discussion and decision forums, major events and fact finding missions according to strict autonomous principles and issues publications of all sorts. It encourages and organizes unanimous action by its members at European level to promote security and sustainability participation that benefits the public in creating pragmatic solutions and sustainable solutions to developing global threats that is both manmade and natural such as global warming.
8 OUR ACTIVITIES Research and analyze several areas that relates to emerging global threats & risks, in both the security and policy domain to deliver timely bespoke publications and services, for both national and international development across the European Union ECIPS monitors open source research publications and document trends and identification of early signs of changes in the global climate of atmospherics to act as a global Watchdog.
9 Article 4 of the Decree provided for three types of memberships: 1. International Information Policy and Security Council (hereafter also abbreviated as IIPSC ) membership: These memberships shall consist of Diplomatic Representations-Open to missions, embassies and permanent representations, Inter-Governmental and Governmental Organizations, Regional Bodies and Local Authorities and Non-Governmental Organizations. The International Information Policy and Security Council membership shall be subject to approval by a two-thirds majority of the ECIPS IIPSC International Information Policy and Security Council. All IIPSC memberships financial contribution shall be deemed controlled by the Commission for the Control of Records.
10 Article 4 of the Decree provided for three types of memberships: 2. Paid memberships: Individual Entry Level Membership: Such as individuals engaged in public and private law-enforcement agencies or work. Associate Membership: Such as members of law-enforcement, cyber-crime prevention organizations. Agency Membership: Such as security agencies, State security agencies, intelligence agencies, border agencies and other. Corporate Membership: Such as corporate companies, conglomerates and private firms. Professional and Business Associations; Such as People with Professional skills and businesses of any type with likeminded interest to the Organization. Platforms of Non-Governmental Organizations Foundations, Institutions, Professional memberships such as experts, lecturers and other that have a higher education or similar in expertise
11 Article 4 of the Decree provided for three types of memberships: 3. Non Paid memberships : These are memberships approved by the General secretariat in countries that are unable to pay fees and considered underprivileged or underdeveloped countries. Such member must be able to demonstrate that it falls under category 3 of Article 4.3 of International Decree / Statute of ECIPS INGO. The ECIPS (EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR INFORMATION POLICY AND SECURITY) may delegate any member, organization or civilian when in the interest of the Organization. No restrictions shall apply.
12 Our members benefit from a variety of products: Reduced fee and pre selected clearance to attend at all events and the Annual Summit (Limited Space) Rapid, critical analysis of global Security and policy sent to your in-box Rapid, comprehensive reports on other events sent to your in-box Unparalleled peer-to-peer and cross-constituency networking opportunities Contact with leading political personalities & opinion formers through events Access to advice, knowledge and expertise Free copies of all publications unclassified publications A free Monthly "Rural" Intelligence Report THE WORLD IN CRISIS
13 WHO CAN JOIN ECIPS PAID MEMBERSHIP Article 3.2 of the Decree / Statute allows the following private members to join. Individual Entry Level Membership: Such as individuals engaged in public and private law-enforcement agencies or work. Associate Membership: Such as members of law-enforcement, cyber-crime prevention organizations. Agency Membership: Such as security agencies, State security agencies, intelligence agencies, border agencies and other. Corporate Membership: Such as corporate companies, conglomerates and private firms. Professional and Business Associations; Such as People with Professional skills and businesses of any type with likeminded interest to the Organization Platforms of Non-Governmental Organizations. Foundations. Institutions. Professional memberships such as experts, lecturers and other that have a higher education or similar in expertise.
14 Rural Intelligence The missing Intelligence link. Mediation -Political and National. Identifying weaknesses and threats to Governments. Liaison for emerging Governments and private companies. Watchdog for suspicion cross-border transactions. Police force security plans and training for emerging Governments. Drafting of riot / strike action plans for Governments. Advisement of proper safety protocol. Prepare policies for national police action and response. Identification and processing of suspected terrorists / criminals with profiling. Analysis of government structures and policies for improvements. Due Diligence investigations and reports. Facilitator of mediation between conflicted parties. OSINT research and verification for governments.
15 Government Reputation control. Political dignity and public image control. Nation and destination branding. Market Research. Media and Public relations. Defense image management. Public image control. Policy publication and campaign control. Security image management. Government Branding via Global CIN (Counter Intelligence Network). National and International Media Control. Counter Media control products. War Image management within the Media platform. Media image management for governments Companies during international incidents. Policy proper procedure development for governments when refugee situation arises. Liaison for law enforcement agencies during cross-border incident crises. Corporate Communications. Campaign management.
16 Rural Intelligence provides insight into local perspectives, indicates opinion trends, identifies emerging community influencers, measures messaging effectiveness and puts disparate intelligence reports in context. Rural Intelligence has been demonstrated to have significant value-add in the current engagement in Afghanistan to intelligence and combat operations, both with Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force elements and conventional Army Intelligence units. In Iraq, the program proved itself to be a valuable asset. As future areas of interests emerge into the EU policy landscape, early deployment of the ECIPS atmospheric teams can illuminate otherwise unknown issues affecting a population, identify which leaders enjoy popular support and give policy makers and battles-pace owners a more complete, rich picture on which to base planning and decision making. DO NOT COPY! PROPERTY OF ECIPS
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