The lead instructor for this course is Dr. Matthew Kane who served for over 10 years in the Canadian Armed Forces as a Military Intelligence Officer. He saw service in various theatres of operation where he worked with a multi-national intelligence unit that included the CIA and MI6. His experience brought him to the highest levels of counter-terrorism and counter-intelligence operations where he conducted and advised on terrorist interrogations, as well as military, and civilian intelligence functions.
He holds a Ph.D. in Psychology where he studied deception detection and human interactions.
Even with the employment of Open Source Intelligence, high-tech surveillance technology, and geo-profiling, Social Engineering remains one of the largest gaps in companies and a persons security. With the proper training, it can also be an investigator or analyst’s most effective tool. From community-based police forces, intelligence operators, to the person in HR social engineering skills allow professionals to rapidly identify persons of interest, expose threats and dramatically speed up the intelligence-gathering cycle.
- Learn to establish human intelligence sources;
- Learn how to quickly determine the reliability of sources;
- Become an effective interviewer and negotiator; and
- Discover the physical cues hidden in body language