HUMINT is gathered by means of interpersonal contact, as opposed to other traditional technical intelligence gathering disciplines such as SIGINT, IMINT and MASINT.  

Auxilium International has many years of experience in interrogating, strategic debriefing, and vetting of persons having access to pertinent information. 

Human source screening is the logical start of collection of HUMINT.  This involves selecting people who may be sources of meaningful HUMINT, possibly positively identifying them, and conducting interviews of various types.

Properly recording and cross-indexing the results of interviews is essential.  No intelligence collection discipline is more likely to find meaning in apparently small bits of information than is HUMINT.


Rapid changes in the threats and challenges in today's environment requires agencies to be more agile and responsive.