Jordan - Abdallah II appoints new public security chief to combat drug trafficking.
France - Philippe Susnjara favourite to head the DRSD.
Belarus/Ukraine - Kalinovsky Regiment goes political.
Denmark - Revelations about spy chief's sex life threaten Social Democrats
Navigate Public Affairs unsettles its competitors on the Danish defence market span >
As the war in Ukraine goes on, the Scandinavian countries, which are looking to rearm, are becoming an increasingly attractive market for public affairs operators. In Copenhagen, Navigate is looking to become the go-to firm for local and foreign defence groups. [...]
Herzliya - XM Cyber hires ex-Mossad/wanted man Zev Barkan.
New York/Espoo - ICEYE strengthens US govt ties with Sowa.
Copenhagen - Denmark forced to upgrade satnav system.
London - former Met officer Johnston waves goodbye to Creativity Software.
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Copenhagen bumps up funding on intelligence service's cyber units span >
Denmark's Centre for Cyber Security, a unit within the Danish Defence Intelligence Service, itself a department of the ministry of defence, is benefitting from a sharp increase in spending on intelligence backed by the political class. [...]
Expanding northern European lobbying group Rud Pedersen tries its hand in the French market span >
Taking advantage of its rapid expansion in Europe, the Danish firm, which promoted the Rafale in Finland and the Russian-German Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, is looking for new contracts. In France, it is looking to develop its lobbying business. [...]
Hunt for "leaks" continues as Danish spy chief stays under house arrest span >
Denmark's foreign intelligence is still greatly shaken by the scandal that led to the arrest of its director, Lars Findsen, in December amid allegations of high treason. The agency is now abuzz with theories while the details of the case are being kept under tight lock and key. [...]
Radars in Greenland: US pressures Denmark to monitor the Arctic span >
In Greenland, a prime target for Russian and Chinese military and hybrid warfare operations, the Pentagon wants to restore full radar coverage - a market dominated by Raytheon - to monitor the region's waters. It has its first field studies ahead of a call for tenders planned for the coming months. [...]