The Boston Marathon double-bombing is expected to take center stage when some of the world’s most distinguished intelligence leaders converge on Dungarvan, IE, July 7-10, for the third biennial Global Intelligence Forum (GIF), hosted by the Institute for Intelligence Studies at Mercyhurst University.
A Mercyhurst University intelligence expert thinks that the revelation of two eastern European immigrants accused of being behind Monday's Boston Marathon bombing will have massive implications for not just the investigation into the bombing but U.S. international relations.
Cyberspace is no longer geek speak. Now it's the language of presidents and generals, of corporate chief executives and national security strategists. More importantly, it has been tied to another word, infrastructure, and the marriage of these two puts this issue squarely on the table of the national security strategist.
In the academic world, research papers go through a process called peer review before they’re published. Carr suggests that Mandiant’s report should be subjected to the same thing. He suggests that students at the Mercyhurst College Institute of Intelligence Studies (Mercyhurst, in case you didn’t know, is sort of a feeder school for the intelligence community) take Mandiant’s findings and run them through a thorough review.
The Institute for Intelligence Studies at Mercyhurst University announced today that the National Executive Institute Associates (NEIA), a private, non-profit, public service foundation consisting of more than 1,150 graduates of the FBI's National Executive Institute, will participate in Mercyhurst’s Global Intelligence Forum this summer in Dungarvan, IE.
Mercyhurst University announced today that it is partnering with the Lockheed Martin Center for Security Analysis to deliver intelligence training and education at Mercyhurst’s Dungarvan, IE, campus beginning in February.