As part of the FIU-CIA Signature School Program, JGI presents Andrew B. Claster. Mr. Claster has been a CIA analyst since 1978, covering North Korea, Cuba, and China. He is a member of CIA’s Senior Analytical Service and Senior Intelligence Service. Mr. Claster covered North Korea from 1989 to 1993 and again from 2003 to the present. He served as National Intelligence Officer for North Korea from 2011 to 2013. From 1987 to 1989 he was posted to the US Consulate in Hong Kong.
Angel Rodriguez - National Intelligence Officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), will lead an information session discussing the mission of the DIA, career opportunities for all majors, skill requirements, and will conclude with a question-and-answer session.
The DIA provides intelligence on foreign militaries to prevent and decisively win wars. This agency plans, manages, and executes intelligence operations during peacetime, crisis, and war.
This dynamic 2-day executive certificate program engages participants by placing them in direct contact with public policy and security experts as they discuss, debate, and develop strategic solutions to global security threats in the 21st century. Join an international cohort of policy and security professionals dedicated to advancing their expertise in threat analysis, policy innovation, and decision-making practices.
In this 2-day advanced certificate program, participants will engage academics, industry leaders, and security professionals in assessing the most critical cyber threats facing the public and private sectors in the 21st century. Participants will learn best practices about organizational structures, processes, and legal considerations. Participants will also be exposed to strategies and the most effective approaches to implementing strategies in the workplace.
The Summer Institute on National Security Studies is a multi-disciplinary two-week program incorporating topics in Geography, Information Technology, World Politics, and various international security issues. Summer Institute activities include field trips to local and federal agencies, keynote lectures by Intelligence Community professionals and prominent academics, an Effective Communication (writing & public speaking) workshop, and a capstone simulation on a security issue based on the theme.
Universidad Militar Nueva Granada | Bogota, Colombia
En este programa de certificado ejecutivo de 2 días, los participantes interactuarán con académicos, líderes de la industria y expertos en seguridad cibernética para evaluar las amenazas cibernéticas más urgentes que enfrentan los sectores público y privado en el siglo XXI.
Featuring keynote speaker Army Brig. Gen. Timothy Brown, Director of Intelligence, US Southern Command Join the Jack D. Gordon Institute in a discussion on national security and how students can keep the nation safe moving forward. This event will bring together academia and government representatives to share experiences on how 9/11 impacted the US Intelligence Community, National Security, and their
Join the Jack D. Gordon Institute at FIU for the inaugural Critical Technology and Intelligence Conference as we host faculty, students, current, and former intelligence professionals from the U.S. Intelligence Community. Guests will be able to discuss and debate critical technologies and their impact on U.S. National Security.
The National Security Agency (NSA) leads the US Government in cryptology that encompasses both signals intelligence (SIGINT) and information assurance (now referred to as cybersecurity). It enables computer network operations in order to gain a decision advantage for the US and its allies. Representatives from NSA will lead students in a discussion of SIGINT, it's increasing role in national security into the future, and career paths and opportunities available to students and recent graduates.
A 2-day professional certificate program featuring academics, industry leaders, and security professionals who will assess the most critical cyber threats facing the public and private sectors in the 21st century. Participants will learn best practices about organizational structures, processes, and legal considerations, as well as survey strategies and the most effective approaches to implementing strategies in the workplace.
Learn more about our Master of Arts in Global Affairs Program and its unique three track offerings during our Open House. Light Breakfast will be served, alumni and faculty will be present to answer your questions. Plus there will be a panel presentation about careers and common admission questions.
Join the Jack D. Gordon Institute as we welcome Jack Barsky who will speak about his life as a KGB spy living in America. Get ready for a breathtaking ride through the Cold War and the murky world of undercover existence. Hear the captivating story of espionage and intrigue from the frontlines of the Cold War.
Join MITRE’s multi-generational, diverse team for a discussion on the advancements they are making in critical areas Building Cyber Capacity in the Global South | Reducing Risk for Co-Sited Antennas | Maternal Mortality | MITRE ATT&CK.
A Networking Lunch will be served followed by a Professional Development Workshop. Bring your resume and receive a professional consultation!
MITRE’s mission-driven teams are dedicated to solving problems fo