Back in January the Defense Security Service (DSS) released their 2008 “Targeting U.S. Technologies: A Trend Analysis of Reporting from Defense Industry” report.

This report is based on an analysis of Suspicious Contact Reports received from defense industry and identifies the most frequently targeted U.S. technologies, reflects the most common collection methods utilized, identifies entities attempting the collection, and identifies the regions where these collection efforts originate.

Source: Defense Security Service (DSS), National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual


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