A specialised daily
Intelligence Online publishes daily exclusive information essential to understanding the intelligence world.
In April 2021, after more than 40 years of reporting, Intelligence Online became a daily publication to provide more regular and deeper coverage of a global intelligence community which has grown considerably in recent years.
Tradecraft made clear
Intelligence Online reports as much on the workings of key governments' internal and foreign intelligence services (CIA, GCHQ, MI6, MI5, BNC, DGSE, DGSI, etc.) as on the discrete activities of the corporate intelligence groups operating for major corporations.
We map the networks of the men and women making business-to-government deals happen in key sectors of defence, energy, commodities and other. We also stay up-to-date on intelligence technology providers and surveillance tech developers, especially when it comes to cyber attacks.
We work to understand who the world's intelligence actors are, trace their careers and choices and decode the web of networks they weave across the globe. Moreover, we keep track of the men and women who keep a low profile but are just as influential as official agents in diplomatic developments and international dealmaking.
More generally, we investigate the global intelligence community where there is an ever greater crossover between the state and private sector. We trace movements within this new global village of intelligence.
Intelligence Online’s content is fully exclusive. Our editorial team works with a large network of correspondents in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.
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An independent publisher
Intelligence Online is published in Paris in both English and French by Indigo Publications, an independent press group with an international outlook, specialised in high added-value information. Indigo Publications' sole source of revenue is its readers. It does not accept any advertising, does no consultancy work and is independent of any government or political party.
Free of all political and economic influence, Intelligence Online's editorial team guarantees rigorous, independent and high-quality reporting.
The Intelligence Online editorial team is made up of specialist journalists who are experts on intelligence issues around the world.
Editor-in-Chief: Pierre Gastineau
Middle East: Fanny Alarcon (section editor), Théo Sou
Eurasia: Tiphaine Gaudin (section editor), Morgane Fert-Malka, Alice Pontallier
Indo-Pacific: Claudia Astarita
United States of America: Ken Silverstein
Surveillance & Interception: Geoffroy Pellevoizin (section editor), Camille Julienne