Is it that we see a different, more frightening world than you do?
Our enemies are no longer nations and do not exist on a map but are non-state actors and unknown individuals. Look around you, who do you fear? Can you see a face, a uniform, a flag? No.
Yet, before breakfast in their pajamas, they can do more damage from their laptops than an intelligence agent can during a year in the field. Online organized crime doesn't know law and order, has a Wild West mentality, and is lawless to the core. Anarchy.
While transparency became fashionable in the West, the world is not more transparent now. Today it's more opaque, in the shadows, and that's where we do battle. So, before you declare that irrelevant, ask yourselves, how safe do you feel?
Ultrascan is an association of 51 partners managing 3284 experts in 69 countries. Ultrascan has been established in 1996.
The scope of our work is Anti Money Laundering - Transnational Organized Crime (TOC) and the Nexus Terrorism - disrupting Transnational Criminal Networks. This scope generates HUMINT and access to primary sources in and outside the chain of command.
Our vision is that to enable new security policy as well as geo-policy, one first has to align with the current one to compile an intelligence analysis.
Unlimited access to information and people gave us a good sense for seemingly insignificant or isolated events and the "Butterfly Effect"
In the past 18 years, Ultrascan has set up a human intelligence network, coordinating the international cooperation of 3284 experts in over 69 countries. These experts, provide the basis for Professional Investigative Services. Assist you with Corporate Investigations or be your source for effective security risk management and Policy to mitigate crime trends or imminent incidents.
Even though Researching Organized Crime and Terrorism through undercover investigations brings certain personal security risks, as operational security is maintained it is most gratifying to reveal illegal financial crime trends, tracing cross border assets, map networks of anonymous suspects in hostile environments, and enable international security operations to counter terror funding or fraud.
Ultrascan has extensive experience with identifying, locating, mapping, monitoring, analyzing, and predicting perpetrators of cross border fraud, money laundering, and the planning, funding, communications, and support of terrorism for local or international religious extremists as a fast-growing component of ideological struggle, as well as geopolitical.
Implementing strategic security audits to detect when fraud and money laundering is shifting from a criminal-inspired activity into an ideology-driven terror funding mechanism, is particularly useful for counter-terrorism financing, anti-money laundering, sanctions, and compliance security measures.
"We have the tools and resources. Managed appropriately we effectively monitor with impact assessments in place"
Since 2011 Al Qaida has patiently increased its presence in Rwanda due to its vision and mission to economically destabilize the Magnificent 5 countries (five) in East Africa. - Alert! - Increased activity by Al Qaida directed at Rwanda, Puts a Bulls-Eye on South Korean Techies in Africa.
Al Qaeda has patiently increased its presence in Rwanda since March and October 2011 when an Al Qaida traveler visited Nairobi and Kigali as part of their vision and mission to destabilize the Magnificent 5 countries in East Africa
Alert! - October 21, 2020 - see map
During 2018 and the first weeks of 2019 Surveillance, Counter Surveillance revealed Travel Patterns, Criminal Funding, Facilitators, Support, Recruitment, and Threat Levels for the Al Qaeda - ISIS Affiliates in Africa - Alert! Increased activity by Al Qaida targeting Rwanda. Puts a Bulls-Eye on (South Korean) Techies in Africa.
Many trained fighters joined the al Qaeda affiliates dedicated to the East African Magnificent 5 countries.
In recent weeks, more than 1500 fighters joined the affiliates that target Rwanda, bringing the total to an estimated 2500 soldiers for Phase I of the GSI doctrine; establishing fear and presence by random killings
Cross border organized crime in the magnificent 5 countries (Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania. Rwanda and Burundi) have chosen Madagascar as a new base for their financial cooperation. Their first local spear-points during 2010 and 2011 were corruption and defrauding international NGOs in Madagascar, eventually sourcing a Nexus Terrorism Organised Crime.
In 2018 the Rwandan government closed a couple of mosques and many small churches that had failed to comply with building safety standards or were especially started to defraud their followers! An initially small number of Christians convert to Islam. The government also aggravated the Muslim communities by forbidding loudspeakers during the call to prayer in Kigali.
In November 2018, it was reported that the Republic of Rwanda is to partner with Nigeria on ways to revive the public service in Nigeria, especially the North-East region. Rwanda is a large Troop and Police Contributing Country to missions in Africa. Both positions the Rwandan government as an enemy of (AQ/ISIS affiliates) Boko Haram.
Rwanda has become a hub for expanding tech companies. The 2020 economic focus of Rwanda is the ICT (IT) industry. However, that industry is/was depending on the aggressive investments and workers from South Korea. Foreigners, NGO's, and foreign investments are a usual target. Still, in Kigali, the terrorism bulls-eye is placed on South Koreans as a preferred economic target that's expected to destabilize the East African region, part of al Qaida's vision and mission.
Anti Money Laundering - Follow the Money - Transnational Organized Crime Nexus Terrorism - HUMINT access to primary sources in and outside every chain of command.