Cyber intelligence and cyber security are an emerging component of intelligence and risk management in homeland security, law enforcement, and the private sector. The SMU CAPE Cyber Threat Analysis Certificate was created to provide you with an experienced-based view of this critical skill set.
Taught by seasoned intelligence professionals, this program delivers both theory and practice in a five-day format. A special guest lecturer will address current cyber threats as well as emerging practices in cyber intelligence. Learn the process of converting data into intelligence that can be used for decision-making in this engaging and fast-paced course including these key steps: planning and direction, collection, processing, production, and dissemination.
The certificate program is offered in an intensive, 40-hour, face-to-face, classroom setting over the course of five consecutive days. Texas Peace Officers will receive 40 hours of TCOLE credit for the successful completion of this program.
Who Should Attend
- Law enforcement professionals
- Private or corporate security professionals
- Corporate CIOs and IT security and compliance professionals
- People with undergraduate majors in international relations, software engineering, computer science, or mathematics
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