Introduction to Terrorism Threat Analysis
- Web Browser and Internet access, There is no prior knowledge of Analytics, Intelligence practices or Terrorism studies required.
This course is aimed at those tasked with the Safety and Security of crowds or event gatherings. The intent of this content is to get you aware of and familiar with the Terror Threat Analytics application by High Order Analytics for use in event-based terrorism threat analysis.
The aggregation and analysis of data for terror attacks, groups and individuals is a daunting task. It continues to grow each day with ever expanding International and Domestic terror threats coming online and congealing around a hate/isolationist/violent approach to global social issues.
As it stands currently, there is no other application that offers this functionality available for and open to the public. In our efforts to assist in the continued safety of the public we felt obligated to put this course together for the purposes of educating those tasked with security and risk.
This is a quick course designed to get the average user familiar with and proficient at the use of the T.T.A. application for use in your jurisdiction, municipality or region.
Who this course is for:
- Disaster Management, Public Safety, Private Security, Event Planners, Law Enforcement and Insurance Professionals
- Data Scientists, Researchers, Public Policy professionals
- 00:36Getting Started
- 00:45Course Goals
- 01:50Best Practices
- 01:19Resource Locations
J. Michael Stattelman is a U.S. Army veteran and I.T. professional with over 15 years of application design, development and management experience. Bringing to the table a computer science degree, masters degree in information systems as well as being CIW and Terrorism/ Counter-Terrorism (Practice and Theory) certified. Over the years Mr. Stattelman has developed and maintained numerous web sites and enterprise class applications for a wide range of industries. Published author and accredited university instructor.
Throughout his experience he has learned the pitfalls and shortcuts of taking an idea from the concept to the reality.