This week saw the start of the 81st Economic and Strategic Intelligence course, which runs until 13 November at the École Militaire. Welcomed by Lieutenant General Benoît Durieux, Director of the IHEDN, the students will have the opportunity to meet various players in the fields of cybersecurity, influence and lobbying, as well as specialists in ethics and compliance.
Combining lectures and committee work, the course enables students to put everything they learn into practice through practical case studies.
On the programme:
- Public policy on economic security
- Information monitoring and management
- Cybersecurity and digital sovereignty
- Influence and lobbying
For almost 30 years, the IHEDN has been raising awareness among public and private players of the concepts of economic intelligence, such as information sharing, influence and the knowledge economy.
If you would like to learn more about economic security, influence or cyber security, find out about the various courses offered by the IHEDN: https://ihedn.fr/formations/formation-intelligence-economique/