Intelligence Theory and Application, Analytical Techniques, Threat Assessment, and Protective Intelligence
Michael Bogart, Adjunct Faculty, has over 17 years experience in both the public and private sectors supporting broad national/homeland security, intelligence, threat management, and corporate security functions. He has worked primarily in the private sector for a major financial services institution in Threat Management, Protective Intelligence, and NAMR Intelligence roles. He has also served as a Chief Intelligence Analyst and subject matter expert at a leading cyber intelligence firm. He has held positions for a leading business development/market research and intelligence firm as a Senior Federal Government Analyst; as a Business Consultant in Security & Identity Management for a big 5 firm; and as a Senior Border Security Intelligence Analyst working on force protection, border security, geographical exploitation, law enforcement and organized crime issues supporting DHS.
Mike also works as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland, Global Campus (UMGC) and Mercyhurst University where he teaches competitive intelligence, criminal justice, security management, digital forensics, and intelligence studies courses to both undergraduate and graduate students.
CRIM 312 - Intelligence Analysis Techniques
MS, Administration of Justice and Applied Intelligence, Mercyhurst University
BA, Philosophy/Pre-Law (secondary concentration in Psychology), St. Bonaventure University