Intelligence 101 for the Corporate Environment

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Intelligence 101 for the Corporate Environment

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Sony Studios Culver City, California, CA 90232

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Intelligence 101 for the Corporate Environment

OCTOBER 10TH, 2019 1:00PM TO 5:00PM




A must for all small, medium and large organizations interested in starting up or enhancing their threat intelligence and strategic intelligence posture within their own critical infrastructure sectors. Understanding intelligence and intelligence analysis and its utilization in a non-governmental way to keep their sectors safe from all threats (internal and external) is key to keeping the organization in a forward leaning stance against all threats.


Definition of intelligence and intelligence analysis

Recent corporate case studies

Corporate rules, laws and governance of intelligence

The intelligence cycle
· Planning & Direction
· Collection
· Processing
· Analysis and Production
· Dissemination & Feedback

Basic analysis

Leveraging intelligence
a. Situational Awareness

b. Asset, Intellectual property and brand protection

c. Market analysis

d. Predicting Future threats

Competitive intelligence

§ Cyber vulnerability (and need for specialized training)
§ Insider threats
§ Hardware and physical threats
§ Proxy Advances through partners or contractors
o Identity Threats
o Public Relations and Reputation protection

Intelligence resources

TARGET AUDIENCE: InfraGard Members, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Infrastructure Liaison Officers (ILO’s), Private Sector Security, Area Stakeholders, all Critical Infrastructure Sectors, Intelligence Analysts, Intelligence Officers and Private Investigators.

SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT 1 (opening remarks): Darrell M. Blocker, CIA Ret. Mr. Blocker’s last four assignments were as Chief of Station, Chief Africa Division, Deputy Director of the Counterterrorism Center, and Chief at the Directorate of Operation’s iconic training facility. He is a 32-year member of the Intelligence Community and has recently been awarded the Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal in Sept 2019 and the CIA’s George H. W. Bush award for excellence in Counterterrorism back in 2014.

SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT 2: Sevan Gerard is a multidisciplinary researcher, practitioner, and strategist in disaster management, public safety, systems theory, and intelligence. He is a graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School in Security Studies, focusing his research on technology and social identity in conflict and terrorism. He has worked as a consultant and subject matter expert for the private sector as well as for federal law enforcement and intelligence organizations on homeland security, CBRNE, and technology challenges. He has also operated as a tactical medic and private sector security and intelligence officer abroad.

COST: $10.00 Donation (No Refunds)

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Non-InfraGard Member Registration: Please email with the following information: your full name, employer, job title, and how you learned of this course.

Registration closes at noon, October 7, 2019.

Registration requests made after the above date will not be considered. All guests must register on Eventbrite and be approved by InfraGard Los Angeles. Unregistered guests may not attend. InfraGard Los Angeles reserves the right to cancel any registration at any time or refuse entry of any attendee.