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33 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Insight into Private Sector Intelligence Careers | EP19
Students pursuing a degree in intelligence studies often envision a career as an intelligence analyst for the CIA or another organization in the Intelligence Community (IC). Many students don’t realize the vast opportunities for intelligence professionals in the private sector. In this episode, AMU Intelligence Studies professor Dr. Beth shares her experience working in competitive intelligence as part of the intelligence unit of a large corporation. Learn the most important skillsets for intelligence professionals, including research, language, communication, and critical thinking skills. Also hear advice on finding a job, the importance of ongoing networking, and tips on communicating transferable skills into business language, especially for those with military experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Recovering from Sexual Assault in the Military | EP18
While a servicemember, Brittany Powell was sexually assaulted. In this episode, she talks to AMU professor Dr. Kandis Boyd Wyatt about her experience and what it was like to report this crime while in the military. Learn what she wants other victims of sexual assault to know, what has helped her recover from this trauma, and resources that can help others. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
38 minutes | May 7, 2021
History of Crime Scene Investigation Technology and Techniques | EP17
Technology used by law enforcement to solve crimes has evolved dramatically over the last century. In this episode, Glynn Cosker talks to AMU Criminal Justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz about the history of criminal investigation tools and techniques. Learn about the development and use of photography, fingerprints, algor mortis analysis, ballistics, DNA, Touch DNA, genetic genealogy, and more that has helped law enforcement officers solve crimes throughout the years. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
33 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
Law Enforcement’s Response to the Capitol Riots | EP16
On January 6, rioters breached police barricades and forced their way into the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. In this episode, AMU’s Leischen Kranick talks to Anthony Raganella, who spent eight of his 25-year law enforcement career as the Commanding Officer of the NYPD’s Disorder Control Unit and now offers training to prepare agencies for riots and civil unrest. While this incident was shocking because of where it happened, it’s not an uncommon experience for agencies across the country. Learn about efforts to create national standards for training, equipment, and tactics to help agencies plan and prepare for riots and civil unrest. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
37 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
How Will Biden’s Border Security Policies Differ from Trump’s? | EP15
What will President-elect Biden do to address border security and immigration issues? In this episode, Glynn Cosker talks to border security and immigration expert Sylvia Longmire about expected actions by the Biden Administration. Hear how Biden is likely to reverse many of Trump’s border policies that have caused a humanitarian crisis among asylum seekers. Also learn about anticipated changes to the Temporary Protected Status program, border wall construction, DACA, and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
50 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Former DIA Director Discusses Career Transition, Value of Military Mindset | EP14
Career transitions bring new challenges, opportunities, and perspectives. In this episode, Lieutenant General Vincent Stewart talks about his 38-year career in the U.S. Marine Corps and his leadership experience as the Deputy Commander United States Cyber Command and the 20th Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Learn how his military training and mindset helped him during his career transition to the private sector, why he advocates so strongly for businesses to hire military veterans, his dedication to lifelong learning, and his advice to others during a career transition. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Assessing and Securing Data Privacy | EP13
Data privacy is extremely challenging in today’s interconnected world. In this episode, AMU cybersecurity program director Dr. Kevin Harris talks to Rodney Hampton, a 20-year cybersecurity professional who focuses on data privacy. Learn about corporate privacy issues including storing data on the cloud and the potential risk of having employees who work from home using IoT devices. Also learn how individuals can protect their own privacy by removing personal information from the internet as well as career advice for aspiring cybersecurity professionals. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
48 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
Solving the D.B. Cooper Cold Case, 50 Years Later | EP12
Who was D.B. Cooper, the infamous skyjacker who stole $250k and has eluded the FBI for nearly 50 years? In this episode, Glynn Cosker interviews Erik Kleinsmith who is part of a renowned cold case investigation team that believes they have identified the real D.B. Cooper. Learn more about their investigation strategy, part of which uses intelligence-driven data analysis to uncover details and make connections that point to only one man. Also learn how the team is applying this investigative strategy to solving other cold cases. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
32 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
President Trump's Progress to "Build the Wall" | EP11
One of President Trump's campaign promises was to "Build the Wall" along the U.S. and Mexico border. Glynn Cosker interviews immigration expert Sylvia Longmire about the status of the border wall, how much has been built, and the many controversies surrounding the project. Also learn how the upcoming presidential election could shift the country's immigration policy and strategy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27 minutes | Oct 23, 2020
Narrowing the Diversity Divide in Cybersecurity | Ep10
The vast majority of cybersecurity professionals are white men, but there's a major push to close this diversity gap. In this episode, learn about the changes organizations must make to successfully recruit more minorities and women, and the role of schools to build awareness about cybersecurity opportunities among young students. Join AMU cybersecurity program director Dr. Kevin Harris as he talks to Larry Whiteside Jr. about his job as a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO); the evolution of cybersecurity during his 25-year career; and the passion driving his work as a founding member of the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
38 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
Covert Surveillance: Training and Techniques | EP09
What is it like to covertly follow a target through the crowded streets of a foreign country? In this episode, Glynn Cosker talks to AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz about her surveillance career in the military, government, and as a private investigator. Learn about some of the covert surveillance tactics she perfected in order to blend in to any situation and the importance of creating a believable cover story. Also learn about some of the technology she used as well as some her most challenging and difficult undercover assignments. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28 minutes | Oct 2, 2020
Interruptions Detracted From Major Policy Discussions at First Presidential Debate
In this episode, Glynn Cosker talks with foreign policy expert John Ubaldi about the first, and somewhat chaotic, presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Ubaldi discusses how the candidates handled themselves during the Sept. 29 debate and some of the topics covered – along with the topics not adequately covered – including an acceptable plan to fight COVID-19 and how the domestic policy of each candidate correlates with national security. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
50 minutes | Apr 5, 2019
AMU The Importance of Human Rights Considerations in Modern Foreign Policy - IHS
Dan Mahanty and APU Doctoral Faculty, Dr. Elise Carlson-Rainer, discuss the importance of human rights considerations in modern foreign policy. In this podcast, these two former diplomats deliberate over the current state of affairs of human rights in U.S. foreign policy. They address how human rights compel or constrain American diplomacy, economic and security policies overseas today. Mahanty and Carlson-Rainer end with an overview of the potential for reshaping policy, as well as the role of academics in the field of global security and international relations. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
AMU Education, Awareness, and Teamwork Critical To Ending Human Trafficking - IHS
Leischen Kranick speaks with Rebekah Journey from Legacy of Hope International and Dr. Michael Pittaro, assistant professor of criminal justice at American Military University, about what’s being done both internationally and domestically to combat human trafficking. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21 minutes | Jan 10, 2019
AMU The Challenges Law Enforcement Faces to Prevent Human Trafficking - IHS
Human trafficking is modern-day slavery that denies freedom to 24.9 million people around the world. American Military University’s Dr. Michael Pittaro joins Leischen Kranick to discuss what law enforcement is doing to combat human trafficking, the challenges local, state, and federal agencies continue to face, and what more can be done to reduce human trafficking both domestically and internationally. To learn more about American Military University, visit https://www.AMUonline.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
39 minutes | Sep 10, 2018
AMU The Benghazi Aftermath: Ambassador Jones on Leadership In Crisis
Dr. Elise Carlson-Rainer, assistant professor of international relations in the School of Security and Global Studies at American Military University, recently spoke with former colleague Ambassador Jones on the leadership role she assumed in Libya after the Benghazi attack. The two worked together on assignment in Kuwait in 2008. In that position they worked on illegal human trafficking, labor issues in the Persian Gulf and the upcoming Kuwaiti election that would be the first in which women could run for office. In this podcast interview Dr. Carlson-Rainer talks with Ambassador Jones on taking on the tough assignment of assuming a leadership position in a time of crisis. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
7 minutes | Aug 21, 2018
AMU The European View of American Intelligence
American Military University doctoral studies faculty member, Dr. Casey Skvorc, talks about the key differences in intelligence laws and ethics between European countries and the U.S. In this striking podcast topic Dr. Skvorc shares his methods for teaching European intelligence law and ethics, and how agencies in the IC can ensure individuals and intelligence professionals are abiding by legal and ethical boundaries. To learn more about American Military University’s programs, visit http://www.AMUonline.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17 minutes | Jun 25, 2018
AMU Education Needs In The Intelligence Field
American Military Intelligence Studies Program Director Dr. Nicole Drumhiller interviews the International Spy Museum’s Executive Director Colonel (ret.) Chris Costa about the life-changing impact that an AMU terrorism class had on his intelligence career. Col. Costa also discusses current knowledge gaps in the intelligence field and international partnerships that encourage diversity in learning. To learn more about American Military University, visit http://www.AMUonline.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29 minutes | Apr 19, 2018
AMU - Securing and Rebuilding Post-Conflict Nations: A Career in International Relations
APUS Doctoral Program Professor, Dr. Carlson-Rainer, speaks to Aaron Spencer - a senior official with the United Nations Development Program in Kabul. Aaron offers his expertise on the security and rebuilding challenges he faces in Afghanistan and other post-conflict areas around the world. In the next 30 minutes, you’ll learn: · Some key points related to a career in international affairs and international security· How diplomats and officials overseas strategically focus their work· How international security affects our own homeland security· The difficulties of combining security and development· Guidance for doctoral students and how they can utilize their education for a future career in international relationsTo learn more about American Military University, visit http://www.AMUonline.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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