Tagged: Technology

Growth of Multidisciplinary Scientific Research

From the HSx Homeland Security collection.  This module provides an overview of the growth of multi-disciplinary scientific research and how that research applies to defense and infrastructure rapid technological advancement. open in new window Resource...

AI and Machine Learning

From the HSx Homeland Security collection. This module provides a roadmap to understanding the relationship between advancements and increasing utilization of artificial intelligence, robotics, automation, and machine learning, and the impact this will have on...

IS4010: Technology in Homeland Security

Syllabus — text. Richard Bergin, John Rollins and Tom Housel. Government agencies in today’s Information Age are more dependent than ever on technology and information sharing. This course provides individuals involved in homeland security...

Media Richness

Lecture/presentation — application. Richard Bergin. Media richness pertains to the learning capacity of a communication media. Media Richness Theory was introduced and adapted to evaluate the various mediums—memos, emails, telephone, video, online conferencing, virtual...

Technology Adoption

Lecture/presentation — video. Richard Bergin. Homeland Security professionals and the agencies they lead are more dependent than ever on technology to strengthen national preparedness. In particular, the use of technology to strengthen capability specific...

Technologies of Homeland Security

Presentation slides — text. George Lane. These files are available to participants of the University and Agency Partnership Initiative (UAPI).  Login required. 1. Introductions and course overview 2. Agrosecurity policy and technologies 3. Site-specific...

CTRL+ALT+DELETE: Understanding the Need to Interrupt the Jihadi Internet

Interview — video. William Sweeney. The Internet and Web 2.0 technologies have significantly reduced the need for face-to face human contact historically associated with terrorist recruitment, instead allowing direct and dynamic contact between operatives...