The Domestic Security Executive Academy (DSEA) is a FBI Academy based program, managed by the DSAC Program Office in partnership with the Leadership Development Institute, in direct support of the DSAC, an FBI and DHS Program and outreach to Corporate Chief Security Officers and Senior Executives in Federal Law Enforcement. The DSEA program is a one-week program put on twice a year. There are approximately 40 participants in each program. Twenty-five of these are Chief Security Officers from Fortune 1000 corporations, such as Sony, United Airlines, Bank of America and others, five participants are from our federal law enforcement partners such as the Department of Homeland Security, Secret Service and the DEA, with the remaining ten participants being FBI Field Office SACs.
The Intelligence Analyst Symposium (IAS) is a FBIHQ based program in support of the DSAC and is a part of the DSAC’s organizational focus on collecting and sharing information on domestic criminal threats. The IAS is a strategic outreach program to private sector intelligence and security analysts, FBI and DHS intelligence analyst from the field, plus other federal law enforcement partners, all with an interest in detecting and reporting threats that threaten people, property and disrupt the normal flow of commerce in the United States. The IAS is a regionally focused, two and a half day program with approximate 40 participants from the public and private sectors to include Fortune 1000 Corporation Intelligence Analysts, Field Office Intelligence Groups (FIGs) and Fusion Center participants. The IAS program is designed to teach analytical tradecrafts, share methodologies, understand restrictions, discuss best practices and build relationships that generate greater collaboration and cooperation. Analytical tradecraft methodologies are taught using small group exercises and case study scenario based curriculum.
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