UNIVERSITY MASTER IN
security analysis &
The Master in Security Analysis & Intelligence is an interdisciplinary, but specialized program, reaching out to practice, over theory. It analyzes and addresses current and emerging security and Intelligence challenges and opportunities. The program prepares students, for a professional orientation in the Intelligence specialization and even more so in information analysis framework. The program’s curriculum standards are framed according to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) level 7. The program has been accredited by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (Italy).
Perspective students are provided with specialized knowledge spectrum in elements of Intelligence and information analysis regionally and globally. Students are keen in joining a framework of education that goes hand in hand with the security policy, to meet the national and international educational standards; to offer knowledge capacity building and continuity through the world of security and global affairs.
The Master program is designed for early and mid-career professionals; academically qualified graduates with B.A. or other higher degrees in the following fields but not limited to: International Relations, Political Science, International Studies, Security and Strategic Studies, Law, Humanities, Crisis Management, Criminology or a closely related or inter-related fields such as Communication, and Business, with specialization to security, strategy and international affairs, among others.
International Law and Security Legislation (IUS/13)
Intelligence and General Theory
of Analysis (IUS/16)
Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Outline of Operational Continuity (SPS/04)
General theory of analysis
Features of security and intelligence in the contemporary world
The language of information organisms
Intelligence and technological tools
Techniques and tools for intelligence analysis
The Information System for the Security of the Republic
Parliamentary control over the Republic's Information System
Economic and Financial Security
Infrastructure. Threats and Security
Fundamentals of business continuity
Cyber war, cyber warfare and cyber security
Notes on national and international cyber security
Organized Crime and
Contrast Tools (IUS/12)
Cybercrime legal framework (IUS/17)
Terrorism and Eversive Phenomena (SPS/04)
Nature of Unconventional Conflict
Sponsorship of Terrorism
Negotiations and Settlements
Endogenous and Exogenous
Terrorism in Europe
Contrast to Terrorism
Organized crime in Italy. The evolution and the current structure
Dogmatic framework for money laundering
Art. 416 bis and 648 bis of the criminal code jurisprudential evolution
World drug trafficking
Narcotic trafficking and money laundering
Italian organized crime in the drug trafficking sector
Narcotraffic: foreign organized crime in Italy
The most significant characteristics of the most modern Latin American criminal organizations
The drug routes: the most common drug routes to the new directions
Drug-trafficking tools: Italian legislation
Undercover police operations
PROFESSORS AND MEMBERS OF THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Helio CABRAL SANT'ANA
Advisor to the Strategic Affairs Secretariat.
Former Director of Information Technology - General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Republic of Brazil
Enrique BELDA ESPLUGUES
Director of the Master.
Adjunct Professor of International Law and Security Regulations at eCampus University in Novedrate (CO). Member of the Advisory Board of the European Intelligence Academy of Athens (Greece).
Deputy Director General of Information Systems and Communications for Security - Secretary of State for Security - Ministry of the Interior - Spain
Vice President of the National Register of Intelligence Analysts (Italy). Former Head of the Training School and Head of the Strategic Analysis Department of the Service of the Information and Democratic Security Service S.I.S.De. (Italy).
Senior Research Scholar International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT)
at Reichman University (IDC) Herzlyia, Israel
John M. NOMIKOS
Advisor to the National Register of Intelligence Analysts. Auxiliary Division General of the Italian Army. He was Deputy Director of the Military Center for Strategic Studies and Deputy Director of the Higher Institute of Joint Staff
Director at the Research Institute for European and American Studies, Chairman, European Intelligence Academy (EIA) and Founding Editor, Journal of European and American Intelligence Studies (JEAIS).
Mark A. RANDOL
Adjunct Professor of Unconventional Conflict and Terrorism at eCampus University in Novedrate (CO). He previously served as consultant to the US Senate Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism and reviewer of courses offered by the US Department of State’s Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program.
Former Director of Counterterrorism Policy at the Department of Homeland Security and
Senior specialist for domestic intelligence and counterterrorism for the Congressional Research Service
Adjunct Professor of Illicit financing and Anti-Money Laundering Regulations.
She collaborates with the Administrative Gazette of the Italian Republic and with the Public Administration newspaper.
Adjunct Professor of Cybercrime legal framework.
Director of the Studiorum University Consortium.
Expert in Conciliation-Mediation, Consumer Protection, No-profit Sector, Civil Liability
Germana TAPPERO MERLO
Army Corps General (ret.). Former Head of Cabinet of the Information and External Security Agency (AISE) - Italy. He headed operational departments in the "Human Intelligence" sector and was a member of the Antiterrorism Strategic Analysis Committee (CASA).
President of the National Register of Intelligence Analysts.
Adjunct Professor of National Security and Critical Infrastructures.
Senior Analyst and Lecturer in International Policy and Security of the Middle East and Africa. You are already a lecturer and coordinator of international relations in the Middle East.
Ordinary Magistrate. Legal Advisor of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. University Professor of Anti-Mafia Law and Legislation. Scientific director of the Plan de Apoyo at ESCA. Coordinator in the Italian-Russian study group for combating drug trafficking. Italian delegate to the anti-corruption G20. Italian delegate to the OECD WGB
Former Director of the Counterproliferation Division and the Counterterrorism Division of the Information and External Security Agency (AISE).
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