Tagged: Intelligence

Annotated Worldwide Threat Assessment 2019

  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...

Homeland Security Intelligence

Lecture/presentation Homeland security intelligence is not codified in law, nor is their a defined homeland security intelligence community – which encourages inconsistent interpretations of homeland security intelligence. This module examines some of the needs...

Fusion Centers

Lecture/presentation. Bill Lahneman. Since the 9/11 attacks, the number of regional, state, and local intelligence fusion centers has grown substantially. As of March 2008, there are over 50 of these centers nationwide. While their...

Annotated Worldwide Threat Assessment 2017

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...

The Seven Step Intelligence Process

Lecture/presentation. Bill Lahneman. The purpose of the intelligence process is to provide policy makers with timely, accurate, and relevant finished intelligence products. It is useful to express this process as a cycle with seven...

Foreign Cyber Threats to the United States (annotated)

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...