Dr. Oludare Ogunlana of Council for African Security Affairs (CASA) will join several other speakers at the Fifteenth IAFIE annual Conference scheduled for, June 9, to 12, 2019 at St. John’s University, Queens New York. The title of the presentation is “Stopping Boko Haram/ISWAP in Cyberspace with Cybersecurity technologies.”
Intelligence educators from around the world will come together once again to share best practices and theory. As stated on the organization website (www.iafie.org), the 15th Annual IAFIE conference will focus on the theme: “Local to Global: Intelligence Cooperation and Education.”
IAFIE is a professional organization consisting of representatives from various intelligence disciplines and academia to serve as the association for advancing research, knowledge, and professional development in intelligence education. This group, from different intelligence disciplines which comprises of national security, law enforcement, and competitive intelligence, identified the need for a professional association that could span diverse disciplines, provide resources, and acts as a catalyst for the development of Intelligence Studies programs.
The cost of attending the 15th Annual IAFIE conference 2019 is $350 for members, while $600 is for non-members and $100 for students. Please, check the association website at www.iafie.org for conference agenda and other information.