LEARN FROM WORLD CLASS SECURITY EXPERTS. Israel successfully secures some of the highest profile targets in the world. Our seminars in Israel draw an international mix of Security, Homeland Security, Intelligence, Law Enforcement and Operations security executives who want to learn firsthand how Israel has developed and maintained some of the world's best counter-terrorism and security systems.


The most useful, effective, deterring and inexpensive weapon against criminals and terrorists is the ability to ask a good question. One of the most important skill for anyone involved in security or threat mitigation is QUESTIONING. Security Questioning is the only mechanism in a security system to effectively counter adversaries in the planning stages of the crime/attack. It is also the only security tool where a criminal/terrorist is put on the defensive needing to protect a cover story.


Our Proactive Threat Assessment Course has been delivered to thousands of security professionals all over the world. The course, previously titled "Predictive Profiling", provides security and law enforcement officers with the tools and skills to effectively assess threats in their operational environments. Trainees come out with the ability to articulate "gut feeling" into clear definitions of Suspicion Indicators and Adversary's Methods of Operations allowing the organization to avoid liability issues and increase overall threat mitigation capabilities.


We cover a wide range of potential threats: theft, espionage, sabotage, hacking, infiltration, whistle-blowers and much more. These threats plague companies, government or military entities alike, costing millions of dollars annually and exposing us all to serious vulnerabilities. Our Counter Insider Threat Training offers trainees step-by-step methods for understanding and mitigating those threats.


Chameleon offers study abroad programs in Israel that specifically cater to college students. Our programs enrich a student’s academic experience and enhance their educational, career and life goals. They are geared towards closing the knowledge gap between what students hear in classrooms and read in texts versus what they can see and experience for themselves, on the ground.