With sources of security threats and sources of data about them both increasing exponentially over the past several years, safety and security personnel in all industries have begun to see the value of an intelligence program. This session will explain how intelligence analysis can assist professionals in the education sector with monitoring for and assessing threats.
The presentation will focus on explaining preventive monitoring strategies, showcasing intelligence techniques and approaches, as well as highlighting technologies that can help in collecting and managing information.
The session will also describe how intelligence can feed into violence risk assessment for individuals on and off the campus.
Learn how to:
- List the benefits and gaps associated with real-time intelligence monitoring and associated technologies
- Recognize useful strategies and resources for intelligence gathering.
- Identify how threat assessment and investigations can benefit from intelligence
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