Course Objectives: A structured approach through a defined model with steps derived from academic theory and proven practices from Intelligence, Defense and Corporate experience.
Intelligence & Analysis
- General and specific hands-on knowledge of Intelligence principles and methodologies
- Understanding incidents, indicators, determining patterns and trends.
- Detecting & determining changes in adversary capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action. (State, Non-State and Organized Crime Threat actors)
- Understanding the value and principles of Strategic, Operational and Tactical Intelligence Levels and the interdependence of those levels.
- Identifying gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements.
- Assisting clients to determine their Intelligence requirements.
- Structured Analytical Techniques: Out of the box thinking, dealing with personal, organizational and political biases, creative thinking, using analytical and verifiable methodologies to conduct intelligence analysis.
- Independently assessing sources of intelligence to determine validity & veracity.
- Network analysis (understanding networks, nodes, links and cells, how to analyze and effectively target networks)
- Conducting analysis of raw data and producing actionable intelligence.
- How to use Intelligence Led policing to support a strategic approach, focus, resource management and case support.
- Managing analysts, understanding their needs and requirements, organization
- Understanding the need for cooperation and sharing of knowledge and of intelligence. (Fusion Centers, integration of stakeholders, definition of stakeholders, internal & external cooperation, objectives and requirements of Public & Private Partnership, techniques to enable cooperation at operational and tactical levels.)
- Understanding principles of Intelligence versus Law Enforcement practices.
- Understanding different forms of Insider threat, threat actors and threat agents, indicators of threat, possible targets and modus operandi of threat actors.
Who Should Attend?
The 5-day course has been conducted in the past with European, African and U.S. candidates of International companies, Hotels, Consulting firms, Law Enforcement, Critical Infrastructure, General and Military Intelligence & Security Organizations, Immigration & Internal Revenue Services. Subject matter specific to Europe has been adapted to Best Practices for an International Audience.
What Will You Receive?
In addition to 48-hours of instruction, all participants attending the Advance Security Intelligence and Insider Threat Profiling Course will receive the following:
- International Certificate from S2 Institute, USA. Suitable for framing
- Course notebook including over 200 pages of slides and reference material
- (ASI-ITP) Class Workbook
- ASI-ITP Branded Polo Shirt
- Catered Buffet Lunches and Coffee Breaks