Government Sector Services

The Studebaker Defense Intelligence teams are proficient in planning and operations of complex military and intelligence projects on a global level. Our executives have worked with numerous National Security, military and law enforcement bodies that include special operations and the clandestine service.

Our analysts, operatives and instructors are comfortable working in high-risk environments and offer effective and unique solutions aligned to mission objectives. Our key staff are skilled in providing expert and focused training solutions that include cybersecurity, surveillance and counter-surveillance, counter-terrorism and counter-proliferation, counter-insurgency, combat techniques, hostage rescue and maritime operations.

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Private Sector Services

Studebaker Defense Intelligence offers effective solutions to unique client requirements. We work with Fortune 500 and other private clients who require specialized services that go beyond the norm. Our teams of experts in the fields of technology, intelligence, military, security, and finance offers deep analysis, investigation, and intelligence for solutions to challenging circumstances in any region or environment.

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Financial Crime Services

Cyber enabled financial crime and terrorism continues to be a growing concern in both the public and private sectors. Our financial intelligence offering is designed to combat money laundering, fraud and terrorist financing and establishes security measures by proactively monitoring, identifying and reviewing suspicious patterns and risks.

Our financial crime team is experienced in deep analysis of complex financial transactions and provide solutions that monitor, detect, analyze, and combat multiple threats / events.

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Cyber Security Services

Due to rising geopolitical tensions in regions such as the South China Sea, The Middle East, and Ukraine, the world is likely to experience a new wave of cyber- attacks. Many could be zero-day attacks, including some that may be state-sponsored. Governments are establishing military cyber command divisions that positions cyber warfare capability as an equal or complimenting force to combat divisions in air, land, sea, and space with the most severe scenarios utilizing a combination of these various forms of attack, while some efforts are utilized only for purposes of misdirection and miscommunication.

Cyberspace is becoming a significant area of focus for defense spending. Governments are no longer investing only in cyber defense capabilities but instead are aggressively developing their offensive cyber-attack capabilities. At present, there are over 28 countries internationally that are involved in developing offensive military units for the hacking of information.

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