You are cordially invited to a seminar on the topic of:
Cyber Intelligence Overview
with
Mr. Paul Davis

Wednesday, March 3rd
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Cost: $375 per person

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About the seminar: The Cyber intelligence Overview presents the acquisition and analysis of information to identify, track, and predict cyber capabilities, intentions, and activities. Learn how to add value to the information and to present courses of action, that can be acted upon, to the decision-maker. Understand the traditional intelligence tradecraft and how it is used in the cyber world to assess cyber threats, for intelligence analysis, and for counterintelligence. Learn about different types of cyber threat actors: state, non-state, and rogue actors. Get exposure to future innovations that are changing the cyber intelligence landscape.

About the instructor: Paul Davis has over 30 years of combined business and intelligence operations experience. He is the owner of JANUSThink, a consulting firm. He has experience in both strategic and tactical political/military analysis that has spanned from the Cold War to the current upheaval in the Middle East. Beginning as a Soviet analyst, he assessed tactical capabilities as well as senior political issues that arose within the politburo and the impact it had on U.S. doctrine. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Mr. Davis began to focus on analysis of North Korea, assessing its new tactics and technologies, including cyber operations. Later, he moved to the Middle East and transitioned his focus to the analysis of Iran, Syria, and Iraq. B.A. from Kean College of New Jersey and M.A. from the American Military University.

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