Course #392-12-FXVA-1

Cyber Intelligence

Dates: Jun-20-2012 - Jun-20-2012


AFCEA Headquarters (Map)
4400 Fair Lakes Court
Fairfax, VA 22033

Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm

$320 Government AFCEA Member
        Government Non Member
        Non-Government AFCEA Member
$400 Non-Government Non Member

This course qualifies for Continuing Education Units.
Note: This course is now a combined Cyber Terrorism and Intelligence Class, course # is now 395. The on-line registration has been closed. If you are interested in attending please call 703 631-6137.

Course Description:


Cyber Intelligence 1-day Program (General and Open Sessions)

Sensitive and secure levels available by request for private groups

Course Description:


The field of cyber intelligence has exploded and is evolving as a critical part of situational awareness for the nearly 200 countries connected to the Internet today.  In addition to these countries criminal organizations, extremist groups and terrorists also have developed cyber intelligence capabilities to further their efforts to use the Internet for their overt and covert activities.  This 1 day program examines the current state of cyber intelligence and presents 2 actual case examples of clandestine use of the Internet by two terrorist factions.



 Mid and Upper level officers who may be directly or indirectly involved in Cyber



This course includes real case studies specific to Cyber Intelligence used by terrorists.


Module 1 – Setting the Stage

Module 2 – Cyber Espionage

Module 3 – Cyber Terrorism

Module 4 – Cyber Intelligence

Module 5 – Cyber Weapons

Module 6 – Cyber Attack Process

Review Q & A


Morning and afternoon breaks will be provided as well as a one hour lunch break.

Includes pre reading of the Cyber Commander’s eHandbook.

Partner Delivered Program (Copyright Technolytics Institute).


For over two decades Kevin Coleman has been involved in a broad cross section of cyber security.  He has delivered cyber training to the Army, Navy and Air Force and other Federal Agencies and Departments as well as briefing members of the U.S. Intelligence Community on this subject.  In addition, he has testified before multiple Congressional Commissions and special working groups as well as briefing icons in the private sector.  His insights and foresight are routinely published in trade publications that are distributed to over 100,000 subscribers in over 30 different countries.