intelligence analysis and cyber-crime
Please discuss the counter-measures, innovation, and regulation involved in intelligence analysis and cyber-crime. Do not make all your points about just one of the readings. Please ensure that you make appropriate use, in-text citation, and reference to available source information to support your perspective (be sure to include why you consider these issues important).
Find a recent article, journal entry, or research paper on counter-measures, innovation, or regulation involving intelligence analysis or cyber-crime and analyze the article from a management perspective if you were address the countermeasure, innovation, or regulation in an intelligence analyst or cyber-crime program in your department.
in-text citation, and reference to available source information to support your perspective in APA style and format (500 words).
Thereafter, interact (by 11:55pm Sunday) with two or more classmates (250 cumulative words), e.g., explain why you agree or disagree with their post; confirm something you learned; inform them of other relevant information they may consider, etc.
Please organize your response according to the following example.
1) Intelligence as a Tool of Strategy
Briefly summarize it…xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Provide clear examples… xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Tell us what you think about it….xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
2) Intelligence Analysis: Behavioral and Social Scientific Foundations
3) National Strategies
In addition to the readings in the Lessons section of
– not counting the copied questions or references. Answer length is cumulative. That is, the total length to answer all the weekly questions or parts of questions is a minimum of 500 words, not 500 words for each question. 500 words for initial posts and 300 words for responses Minimum length is
class it is important to do your own academic research.
Classmate responses must include at least one (1) additional academic response, from the library also in APA format, that was not used in the initial response or other student replies. That means a minimum of four (4) academic references each week. These references are in addition to those listed in the Lessons section which may be used in addition to the sources you provide from the library.
Academic references may not include your text or required readings for this course. They must be peer-reviewed professional journal articles found in the school online library. Wikipedia, magazines (like Police Chief or Law & Order), news articles, FBI Bulletins and Google-sourced web sites are not considered academic references.
Naturally additional references, both academic and non-academic, may be used and are encouraged. This is a discussion forum and should be used as such.
The MINIMUM standards of three postings per week, as well as the number of words and references, are just that – the minimum. While this will allow a student to pass a course, those who are satisfied to do the minimum usually earn a grade of C – average – for a course. If you want a better grade you have to earn it by consistently doing more than the minimum.
All posts must be substantive and add to the discussion. Your responses should contribute in a meaningful way to helping advance our knowledge of the topics the class explores. Simple agreement and “good job” comments are a waste of time and space and will not count towards the length requirements so don’t use them.
Your grade for participation in weekly forum discussions will be in accordance with the rubric provided. Your forum grade will encompass both your original posting and your classmate responses.
Work that is late, missing, or that does not follow the assignment requirements will lose assignment points, up to and including a zero grade for the assignment.
Unless specified differently, these directions will apply to each weekly forum discussion.
Be sure to click on the Forum line in your Gradebook and read my comments each week, in addition to your grade. This provides feedback on your work, additional information on the discussion, and will help you get the best possible grade each week.
***************************Week 1 Lesson*************************************
The focus of this week is to provide students with the opportunity to review and discuss select introductory information on historical aspects of criminal intelligence, organized crime, and U.S. and international law enforcement agencies. Among the issues to consider are the relationship between intelligence analysts and policy makers; consumers’ role in the intelligence process; and ODNI’s solution to emerging problems. After completing the assigned readings, students must engage in substantive forum discussions with classmates on the indicated topic(s) and retain some of this knowledge for consideration in later segments of the course.