Counterintelligence briefings at the White House should never be once and done. They need to be continuously updated and refreshed as foreign adversaries target the leadership of the United States.
Ten months after a conviction for tax evasion one Capitol Hill Staffer is being indicted for the federal offense of willfully making a false statement on his SF-86.
Between insiders hauling suitcases of data out of the NSA to contractors sharing source code with Russia, a series of “own goals” is putting the DoD cybersecurity at risk.
Reality Winner stuffed the classified info into her pantyhose and out the door she went.
Facebook and SMS messages spoof official evacuation orders for military dependents in Korea.
How do the Equifax and OPM data breaches compare, and what does it mean to you?
Unreported close and continuing relationships with a foreign national may cost you your clearance and job.
Blackmail isn’t the only way to ruin a security clearance holder. Security breaches make social media an increasingly viable tool.
If you filed your resume with TigerSwan between 2008-2017 you may have had your data availed to the world. Here’s what to do.
AIA has formed an industry consortium to provide process improvement suggestions concerning the background investigation backlog of over 700,000.
There are more than 100 categories of information deemed ‘sensitive but unclassified.’ The Information Security Oversight Office has new guidance on protecting that information.
Greed causes many to run afoul of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Local custom is a non-defense, as many who head to prison have learned.
The road to espionage has not changed significantly since the 1980s. Here’s how Russia recruits spies and encourages traitors.
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