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Foreign Cyber Threats to the United States (annotated)

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On January 5, 2017, The Honorable James R. Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, delivered a Joint Statement for the Record to the Senate Armed Services Committee on foreign cyber threats to the U.S. The Center for Homeland Defense and Security at the Naval Postgraduate School… Continue Reading →

NS4156: Intelligence for Homeland Security: Organizational and Policy Challenges

Syllabus — text. The 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon and the ensuing War on Terror have focused the nation’s attention on homeland security. This course examines key questions and issues facing the U.S…. Continue Reading →

Annotated Worldwide Threat Assessment 2016

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The Worldwide Threat Assessment has been presented to Congress annually by the Director of National Intelligence; and before that office was created, it was presented by the CIA Director in his position as the Director of Central Intelligence. This annual… Continue Reading →

Providing Educational and Fellowship opportunities to the INA workforce

Interview — video. Nicholas Stark. In this interview Nicholas Stark, Academic Program Lead for the Intelligence & Analysis Directorate, talks about his program’s role in expanding INA employees’ educational opportunities. alternate video link

Annotated Worldwide Threat Assessment 2015

The Worldwide Threat Assessment has been presented to Congress annually by the Director of National Intelligence; and before that office was created, it was presented by the CIA Director in his position as the Director of Central Intelligence. This annual… Continue Reading →

Improving Intelligence Analysis for Homeland Security and Military Applications

Resources from Intelligence courses at Northeastern University. Syllabi: Intelligence Analysis Syllabus WIN 2015 Intelligence Analysis Syllabus SPR Fall 2014 These resources are available to participants in the University and Agency Partnership Initiative (UAPI) and requires a login (about the UAPI program)…. Continue Reading →

Annotated Worldwide Threat Assessments

The Worldwide Threat Assessment has been presented to Congress annually by the Director of National Intelligence; and before that office was created, it was presented by the CIA Director in his position as the Director of Central Intelligence. This annual… Continue Reading →

Finding Bin Laden: Lessons for a New American Way of Intelligence

Lecture/presentation — video. Erik Dahl. In this presentation, CHDS faculty member Erik Dahl discusses the lessons learned from the decade-long search for Osama bin Laden. Although the raid on bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad has been widely discussed, less is… Continue Reading →

Agenda: Presentations at the 2014 Homeland Security Education Summit

The 2014 Annual HD/HS Education Summit was held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on October 09-10 2014 at the Marriott Colorado Springs. The theme of the 2014 event was: Rethinking Infrastructure Protection: Innovative Approaches for Education and Research Presentations included the following…. Continue Reading →

Annotated Worldwide Threat Assessment 2014

The Worldwide Threat Assessment has been presented to Congress annually by the Director of National Intelligence; and before that office was created, it was presented by the CIA Director in his position as the Director of Central Intelligence. This annual… Continue Reading →

Intelligence Reform: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom

Interview — video. Erik Dahl. Is the NSA becoming SO overwhelmed with the high volume of information that ITS RESPONSE TO THREATS becomes LESS EFFECTIVE? Is this massive collection of data actually hurting our ability to identify and disrupt would-be… Continue Reading →

Fighting Tomorrow’s Fire Today: Leveraging Intelligence for Scenario-Based Exercise Design

  Interview — video. Thomas Healy. As it stands, preparedness exercises are being conducted with minimal regard to previous exercises and real-world events. This thesis suggests that by looking into the past, emergency responders can promote intelligence-driven exercise design and… Continue Reading →

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