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Three Cs: Counterterrorism, counterespionage, and crisis management-Lessons for compliance

Rupert Evill ( is the founding director at Ethics Insight in Singapore and London.

Whatever area of risk and ethics and compliance (E&C) one is focused on, we all are broadly concerned with prevention, detection, and response. Counterterrorism requires precision in assessment, analysis, and communication that can help those of us working on preventive E&C measures. Counterespionage, by definition, fixates on detection and monitoring, posing some great questions and quandaries for us in E&C. Crisis management is the art of proportionate and effective response.

Having worked in each area in the past few decades, I’m starting to see where the different disciplines can help each other.

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