Mohamed TelabAdjunct Instructor
Mr. Mohamed Telab is an infrastructure security and preparedness professional with experience responding to domestic and international incidents across local, state and national levels of government. His range of activities include providing coordination, planning and analytic expertise to public and private sectors. He joined New York University’s Center for Global Affairs in 2015 where aids in the development of course material and instructs courses for the school’s graduate and non-credit degree programs. He possesses a Master of Science in Global Affairs from New York University, a Bachelor of Business Administration from Hofstra University, and is a graduate of the Senior Executive Fellowship at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. He is also a Certified Protection Professional (CPP).
Acquire a framework for identifying and organizing critical infrastructure, and explore the relevant legislative and regulatory authorities.
Review the history and roles of the US Intelligence Community and Homeland Security agencies, as well as their documented successes and failures.
This course establishes a framework for conducting threat, vulnerability, and consequence analysis.