1: Analytical Ethics 2: CARVER and Other Criticality and Vulnerability Assessments 3: Target-Focused Analysis 4: Alternatives Analysis 5: Challenging Assumptions 6: Applications of Modeling in Analysis 7: Challenging the Assessment 8: Futures Analysis 9: Threat Finance 10: Open-Source Intelligence 11: Activity-Based Intelligence 12: Trends in Intelligence Analysis
Patrick McGlynn is a retired Army Intelligence Officer and holds a Masters in Adult Education and Industrial Technology from Georgia Southern University. He has authored multiple authoritative strategic-level intelligence reports addressing terrorism, irregular warfare, WMD, and information operations (IO) during his career. His military career has included assignments with the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), military and civilian contractor tours in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other Middle East locations serving in various senior theatre-level staff intelligence positions. He has developed analytical training courses for Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED), Counter Insurgency Operation (COIN), Analytical Tradecraft, Terrorism, Information Operations, Collection Management, and Network Analysis. Since retiring from the military in 2007, Mr. McGlynn has authored numerous technical papers and articles for law enforcement and various intelligence professional periodicals, as well as co-authoring the textbook Intelligence Analysis Fundamentals (CRC Press).