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  • Managers Look For Applicants With A Protection Degree Or Homeland Security Training
    Security managers will be looking for qualified candidates. Those candidates can increase their qualification with a protection degree, homeland security training, or training in national security studies.
  • Body Guard Jobs Vs. Personnel Security Training
    There is a vast difference between having a body guard job versus having personnel security training and becoming a true protection specialist.
  • Intelligence Studies Prepares Students for Intelligence Jobs
    Intelligence jobs may seem out of reach to a lot of people, but with the right education, you will gain the confidence and knowledge to enter the intelligence industry and succeed. An intelligence studies degree can provide you with a solid foundation to build a rewarding career in intelligence. One day you too can have one of the best jobs in America.
  • How an Online Degree Can Lead to Air Force Officer Careers
    For civilians or current military members, an online degree is a flexible and convenient way to get the education necessary for an Air Force officer career.
  • Public-Private Partnerships in the Security Industry and Security Management
    There are many similarities between federal, state, and local security management degree programs and private sector security industry degree programs. While there are several courses of action available to prevent and counter future terrorist attacks, both types of programs place a premium on understanding the strategic nature of the terrorist threat to the homeland.
  • Federal Agent and Intelligence Agency Analyst Jobs Move Toward a Southern Border Focus
    Recent media reports have brought attention to the U.S. border with Mexico and the crisis brought about by an exploding and increasingly dangerous drug trade. This article explains the current border crisis along with the Obama administration plan to address this situation, as well as some analysis on how intelligence agency 'related jobs might be affected by this recent legislation.
  • Counterintelligence Jobs: What is Counterintelligence and what types of jobs are available for you?
    This article defines counterintelligence and then explains what a counterintelligence analyst does and what steps are necessary to becoming a counterintelligence analyst. Counterintelligence is typically associated with the idea of catching foreign spies and double agents attempting to spy on their own country for financial gain or blackmail.
  • About Security Clearances for Counterterrorism Professionals
    All levels of security clearances for counterterrorism professionals, ranging from Confidential to Top Secret in the Department of Defense and other national agencies to 'L' and 'Q' clearances in the Department of Energy, are designed to protect and restrict access to information that if compromised, would pose a threat to national security.
  • What it Takes to Join the CIA
    The mission of the CIA is to provide foreign intelligence for national security to the President and senior US policymakers. To achieve this, the CIA has specialists in numerous fields, ranging from clandestine operations to mechanical engineering. The CIA has employees from all fields of study and backgrounds to collect and provide intelligence that consumers need.

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