By Dr. Keith Ludwick
An increasing number of terrorists are turning to social media to spread their ideology and even live-stream their attacks. Technology companies and governments must consider the role they play in regulating such content.
By Eric W. Adams
Can pursuing a higher education degree alongside your regular job bolster your career? Find out how an AMU student is applying the principles and methodologies he learns in the classroom directly, and often immediately, to his work as an intelligence analyst.
By Joshua Kelley
Terrorists in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks demonstrated an unparalleled level of coordination and precision, allowing them to sustain the attacks for 60 hours. Lessons learned from 26/11 can help governments around the world to better prepare for, prevent, and respond to, such attacks.
By Robert Brzenchek
The FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) is well known for using behavioral analysis to support criminal investigations. Learn more about the work of the BAU, including how they interview inmates to better understand and predict criminal behavior.
By Erik Kleinsmith
Information warfare is now being waged in political, social, and commercial arenas. Learn what intelligence analysts can do to understand new and emerging techniques that are being used to manipulate open-source information.