Assets are those resources available to forces that underpin our Business Process Model.
There are Four Key Asset areas:
> Knowledge Assets professional knowledge, procedural documents, policies, and databases held by Unity One and by partner organisations enable the delivery of core intelligence for processing;
> System Assets our systems provide for the secure collection, recording, reception, storage, linkage, analysis and use of intelligence information;
> Source Assets information is sourced from a wide variety of sources relevant to collection of intelligence on potential and actual serious threats and organised criminal activity against our clients;
> People Assets these amount to specific functions and posts required to enable our International Intelligence Gathering Model to function.
The underlying aim is to ensure that Unity One is at the forefront of ‘Intelligence Delivery’ thereby ensuring our clients at aware of threats, able to deal with incidents as have happened and to control future risks. Our core strategy is to;
> Improve speed of Intelligence in-hand
> Improve speed to interception
> Improve speed of securely returning assets to our clients
We have also recognised the need to;
> Reduce the level of potential exposure to threats/risk
> Reduce the opportunities for incidents to happen
> Reduce the costs for implementing solutions
In delivering the above, Unity One is demonstrating its ability to meet its client requirements on the cusp of trading off ‘cost’ for ‘results’ as all-to-often, organisations have in the past, been forced abandon proceeding with their own investigations as costs far out-strip returns and the need to avoid negative/unwanted publicity. Unity One have, through its skilful application of people, process and technology finally managed to bring a cost-effective Intelligence-led Model that can more than meet client requirements and for the first time provide a demonstrable return on investment given the traditional enterprise has already written into its accounts an ‘acceptable’ loss percentage of it revenues; we aim to reduce this as much as possible with our clients. We do not believe that it is ‘acceptable’ for companies to have to be forced to write in, ‘acceptable losses’ to those internal/external persons wishing to commit criminal acts.