Intelligence, Counterintelligence, and OSINT: A Quick Guide
What you'll learn
- Theories and approaches related to intelligence
- Sources and methods involved in intelligence tradecraft
- Ethics as it relates to intelligence work
- Evolution of the US intelligence community
- Planning, collecting, and processing involved in intelligence work
- Classes of intelligence data and categories of intelligence
- Intelligence dissemination
- Anticipatory analysis and modeling
- History of FBI counterintelligence
- Counterintelligence during the Cold War
- Counterintelligence in the 21st century
- Covert action
- No degrees are required - topics will be presented in a clear format and made easy to understand
- Access to internet
We all know the saying “knowledge is power”—and no one knows the weight of it more than the intelligence community. Learn everything you need to know about intelligence and counterintelligence tradecraft, as well as the practice of open source intelligence (OSINT)!
This is the most exhaustive and very practical course on intelligence, counterintelligence, and OSINT offered by Udemy! The narration is in everyday language that can be easily understood by anyone no matter their educational background. Various people will find this course helpful: intelligence specialists, law enforcement agents, government officials, students pursuing careers related to this topic, and others!
This course discusses a broad range of topics and is divided into 4 sections. You’ll learn about the following:
Theories and approaches related to intelligence
Sources and methods involved in intelligence tradecraft
Ethics as it relates to intelligence work
Evolution of the US intelligence community
Planning, collecting, and processing involved in intelligence work
Classes of intelligence data and categories of intelligence
Anticipatory analysis and modeling
History of FBI counterintelligence
Counterintelligence during the Cold War
Counterintelligence in the 21st century
And much more!
What’s more, practical simulations are employed to provide firsthand experience in gathering information publicly through the use of several OSINT tools.
By the end of this course, you are expected to become familiar with the various elements, factors, and aspects regarding intelligence and counterintelligence work. To test your understanding of the material, a brief quiz will follow each section, and a comprehensive final exam will also be given at the end of the course.
A 30-day money-back guarantee accompanies this course. This means that if you’re not happy with it, you will get your money back! Have any questions? You can contact SIA’s team 24/7. Just leave a comment in the “Questions and Answers” section, and someone will get back to you ASAP.
Just like how knowledge is power, time is gold. So don’t put off learning about intelligence and counterintelligence work so you can expand your knowledge, advance your career, and protect essential information. Enroll today!
Who this course is for:
- law enforcement personnel
- intelligence analysts
- journalists, researchers & academics with an interest in this subject
- students who are seeking careers in any of the employment sectors listed above
- private citizens & retirees who want to educate themselves about this topic
We are a team of global security experts who offer exclusive trainings to both students and corporations for a 360° preparation in all the most relevant security fields. Transnational Organized Crime, Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism, and Ethical Hacking are just a few of the courses SIA offers. Our courses are carefully researched and developed by International Security specialists, Cybersecurity experts and military veterans with assistance from e-learning specialists who are able to package the information offered in a thorough yet easily understood format that doesn’t require a university degree to process. At the same time, SIA courses provide an in-depth approach to their subjects, going beyond the random information you will find on public news media outlets. SIA courses are designed for students who are willing and able to challenge what they see and hear, in order to develop a deeper understanding of their subject.