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Past Events

Past Events

Courageous Conversations: Leaning into Challenging Conversations
December 7, 2023

Cybersecurity & FinTech Conference
with Duke

April 7, 2022

Reimagining Intel: The Emergence of Intelligence Analysis in the Private Sector

December 10, 2021

Cybersecurity Conference with Duke, George Mason and Georgetown 
September 26-27, 2023

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics:
A Panel Discussion

February 25, 2022

Untold Stories: FBI Intelligence
Before and After 9/11

September 10, 2021

Courageous Conversations: Leaning into Challenging Conversations
December 7, 2023

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Are you hesitant to give feedback to a colleague or team member on a project? Share your concerns with your manager? The FBI AIA hosted certified coach and former government executive Amy Sareeram, CPC, PCC to have a discussion and help attendees discover what holds them back from having challenging conversations and learn practical techniques to lean into difficult talks with greater confidence.

This free session was sponsored by the FBI AIA to help participants foster open communication, resolve conflicts, and lead their teams to higher results and engagements.

Amy is an accomplished leader and ICF-certified coach focusing on leadership development, team effectiveness, and emotional intelligence skills to improve performance, communication, and accountability.  She works with hundreds of clients  around the world, helping them reach their personal and professional goals.

 

Learn more at her website:

https://www.ignitecoachconsulting.com/

Cybersecurity Conference with Duke, George Mason and Georgetown
September 26-27, 2023

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Cybersecurity & FinTech Conference with Duke
April 7, 2022

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In April 2022, the FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts co-hosted its first annual Cybersecurity & Fintech Conference with Duke University Pratt School of Engineering.

Featuring 26 panelists from academia, healthcare, private industry, sports entertainment, tech sector, and US government the Duke-FBI AIA conference provided expert insights on topics ranging from ransomware to nation state actors, emerging trends in FinTech innovation to collaboration in child exploitation investigations, and the human factors that are instrumental to recognizing opportunities and mitigating threats.

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics:
A Panel Dis
cussion
February 25, 2022

The FBI AIA hosted a discussion, sponsored by AWS, on the ethical parameters to consider when developing and using artificial intelligence. What are the biases and risks that must be considered, for the private sector and law enforcement? What are the safeguards to prevent misuse? How do small companies vs. large companies approach the development, testing, or use of AI? Hear the conversation between Christine Halvorsen (Managing Director, Robert Half Protiviti), Katie Noyes (Senior Strategic Advisor for Technology Policy, FBI), Nicole Carignan (North America Customer Success Manager, CounterCraft), and Reid Blackman (Founder & CEO, Virtue Consultants; author “Ethical Machines”), as moderator Rob Gummer (COO, FBI AIA) discusses these subject matter experts on this front-line technology to seek their insights on the responsibilities of its use, and the implications for businesses, government, and society.

Reimagining Intel: The Emergence of Intelligence Analysis in the Private Sector

December 10, 2021

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The FBI AIA hosted a virtual panel discussion on the growth of the intelligence analysis field in the private sector. Hear from the intelligence program leads at Citi, Disney, NFL, and Stoneturn as they discuss the difference between government and private sector intelligence programs, best practices, and the skills, knowledge, and tradecraft needed to succeed in this field. The panel featured Intelligence Analysts who began their careers in the U.S. Intelligence Community.

Angela Lewis – Manager of Global Intelligence & Threat Analysis, Disney
Robert Gummer – Director of Intelligence, National Football League
Janet Rathod – Global Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence, Citi
Ross Rustici – Managing Director, StoneTurn

Video editing by Vino Films

Untold Stories: FBI Intelligence
Before and After 9/11
September 10, 2021

Where were you on 9/11?

The FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts and the FBI on Friday, September 10, 2021, hosted a joint virtual panel on, “Untold Stories: FBI Intelligence Before and After 9/11.” Janet Rathod moderated the discussion with our accomplished panelists Brian Antol, Elizabeth Dos Santos, Amy Sareeram, and Matt Young. They described the evolution of the national security threat since 9/11, and shared their work as Intelligence Analysts on some of the seminal counterterrorism investigations within the last 20 years.

For our panelists, this question of “Where were you?” took them back to:
* The surreal walk home from FBI Headquarters, where each plane flying overhead felt like the next terrorist attack.
* The U.S. Embassy in Paris, pivoting from escort duty for contractors to de facto head of office because the LEGAT and ALATs were stranded in Africa.
* The shaking halls of the Pentagon as American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the building.
* Inside the SIOC, as members of the Usama Bin Laden Unit saw live footage of the second plane crashing into the WTC and instantly knew that terrorist group Al Qaeda was attacking the United States.

For the FBI, the attacks on September 11, 2001, changed the trajectory of how the Organization approached intelligence and counterterrorism. For countless FBI employees, past and present, 9/11 was an inflection point that changed the trajectory of our lives.

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