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Over 50 training courses and briefings available to your organization on counterintelligence, security awareness, area studies, interviewing & investigations and counterterrorism. Learn more.
New Training Course: 510- Understanding and Profiling the Insider Threat (1-5 days)
This course meets all the requirements set forth as minimum standards for the Insider Threat Program established by the National Insider Threat Task Force (NITTF), specifically to provide direction and guidance to promote the development of effective insider threat programs within departments and agencies to deter, detect, and mitigate actions by employees who may represent a threat to national security. All employees attending the training are provided access to SpyPedia for one year and will receive a weekly summary of insider threat issues. Learn more.
New: Strategic Assessment Briefings for Executives
With the Middle East erupting in chaos and multiple crisis situations emerging on an almost daily basis, the government or business executive has a crucial need to consult with a regional specialist. To meet this need the CI Centre is offering comprehensive Strategic Assessment Briefings on the Middle East for Corporate and Government Executives provided by Dr. Walid Phares to bring you the most up-to-date, advanced national security and foreign policy information and analysis.
Receive Credit for CI Centre Training
The CI Centre is proud to announce that credit is now available through American Military University and American Public University to students who have completed any of the following courses: 501: An Overview of Critical Counterintelligence Issues; 502: Double Agentry; and 503: Counterespionage Today. All past and present students who have successfully completed any of these 5-day training programs are eligible for 3 graduate credit hours per course (a $975 value). Learn More.
NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR MICHAEL FLYNN RESIGNS:
On 13 February, National Security Advisor Michael Flynn resigned hours after it emerged that the Department of Justice had warned the White House, in late January, that Flynn could be subject to Russian blackmail. It also emerged that General Flynn had misled Vice President-Elect Mike Pence concerning his December 2016 conversation with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kisylak in which General Flynn reportedly discussed sanctions that then-President Obama was imposing on Russia. This conversation was in violation of the 1799 Logan Act which bars private citizens from negotiating with foreign governments. Vice President-Elect Pence then repeated this misinformation in television appearances. Retired Army Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg was appointed as the acting National Security Advisor.
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