Confidion is a global consultancy providing open-source intelligence and consulting to the private and public sectors.
Offering a globally based and diverse team working with clients in the areas of risk & threat management, due diligence, situational awareness, policy development and monitoring & evaluation. Confidion offers a unique approach, to deliver useful and actionable insights to your complex issues. We have proven cost-effective and time-saving solutions.
Who we work with
Our client base is diverse and global, we work with clients in Canada, the US, Mexico, Caribbean, UK, EU, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and the list goes on. Our team is here to discuss how we can help your organization. Contact us today!
From our blog
- Sub-Saharan Africa and Open Source, Internet-based Due DiligenceIn January 2019, the International Monetary Fund released its annual world economic outlook and sub-Saharan Africa as a whole is forecast to grow by 3.5 percent in 2019. While some of this growth will be driven by organic development of African economies, other drivers will be foreign direct investment and… Read More »Sub-Saharan Africa and Open Source, Internet-based Due Diligence
- The Integrity of Your Organisation is at StakeOpen Sources Data Research supporting your NGO’s interests and integrity Human suffering from natural and man-made disasters has rarely been so widespread and catastrophic. Meanwhile, the exposure of abuse of vulnerable peoples by charities, contractors, United Nations personnel and others is discrediting individuals, organisations and the entire humanitarian sector that works… Read More »The Integrity of Your Organisation is at Stake
- Post-Secondary Education Institutions and the InternetIncreased global access and use of the Internet present both challenges and opportunities for all sectors of our modern world. Post-secondary education is one sector that needs to consider how to best utilise the promise of the Internet (and, mitigate the risks) in order to maximise schools’ public profiles, their… Read More »Post-Secondary Education Institutions and the Internet