International Spy Museum
800 F St., NW
Washington, DC 20004
Nearby Metro Stops:
Metro Center, Gallery Place-Chinatown
Event date and time:
April 10, 2013, 6:30 PM
Cost: $15; Members of the Inner Circle: $12
Get a worldwide overview of espionage and terrorism today—the trends, threats, and evolution of today’s intelligence from the ultimate insider. As a retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent and former Director of Counterintelligence, Intelligence and Security Programs for the FBI, International Spy Museum Board Member David Major will help you become an informed citizen of the world. As the founder of the CI Centre, which provides counterintelligence and security studies and training to the US government and private sector, Major tracks the most important spy cases from around the globe and has the most up-to-date information on their statuses. He’ll reveal how many individuals have been indicted in the US for espionage-related crimes from 1945 to the present. He’ll explore how aggressive China is in stealing information and analyze the reality of Russia as an espionage threat to Europe and North America. You’ll also find out what terrorism and economic espionage have in common in the 21st century. Come learn, laugh, think, and ponder the very real world of spy games that we live in.
Mr. Major’s seminar is based on information his organization, the CI Centre, collects and analyzes and then makes available to members via SPYPEDIA®, the world’s largest resource for information on, and analysis of, worldwide espionage, terrorism, and cybersecurity.