Franck Bulinge

Franck Bulinge
Université de Toulon | USTV · Département de Service et Réseaux de Communication (SRC)

Professor - University of Toulon

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Publications (38)
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Intelligence facing radicalization The aim of this paper is to provide a critical thinking against the classical tradecraft used by intelligence services in their fight against jihadism. By combining freely three concepts : emergence, memetics and conceptual integration, we propose a new theoretical model of analysis of the phenomenon of radicaliza...
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This paper aims to question of the relationship between the phenomenon of “Islamic radicalization” supposed to be a breeding ground for terrorism and the concept of territoriality that suggests the occupation of spaces like prisons by the actors suspected to be associated with these phenomena.
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For a long time, Intelligence has been relegated to the secret of political and military power. But during the 90s, it emerged indirectly in the scientific field through work on documentary information (Dou et al., 1990), bibliometrics (Paoli et al., 1992) and competitive intelligence (Marten, 1994). The aim of this article is to introduce intellig...
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In spite of its media coverage, Competitive Intelligence remains a hard-to-grasp process. Its impossible defining is coexistent with its syncretic nature. As it bases itself on the misunderstood culture of intelligence, it is, as a consequence, a source of both worry and reassurance in France. It has nevertheless been judged mandatory, has been ele...
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This article is the result of a research conducted in 2008 under the auspices of the National Institute of Advanced Studies on Security and Justice (INHESJ). It focused on manipulation techniques used on the Internet by radical movements, including Islamists, and their potential impact on users. From the theoretical data from the literature, we hav...
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While strategic chalenges are inereasing due to information and knoniedge, if becomes necessary to find new models of intelligence analisis in order to mariage complexity. Considering decision making as an individnal fnnction could become a danger for firms, collectivities, or governments. So We propose to continue exploring the concept of Intellig...
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Military intelligence has developed an empiric model to make information into knowledge versus intelligence, called intelligence cycle (IC). At the beginning of the 90s, even though the Intelligence Community experienced a crisis due to the end of the Cold war, business intelligence emerged as a promising market for many young retired intelligence...
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La société de l'information n'est certes pas un phénomène nouveau. Dès 1948, le cybernéticien Wiener en dressait une première esquisse. Il faut cependant attendre les années 70 et l'avènement d'une information de masse pour en deviner les contours réels. Ce n'est pas un hasard si la société de l'information, projection des idéaux cybernéticiens, s'...
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The security of the firm is generally considered as a job for specialists, so that SIS appears as a major element dedicated to computer engineers. Nevertheless, we expect that security is complex and it must be considered as a holistic problem, as far as it is a systemic and global concept. The issue should be a cultural change of paradigm: securit...

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