Classified information and equipment does not magically appear; it has an origin. This puts security cleared workers in the difficult position of having to protect information before it even gets to them.
No matter where they are or how big their operating base, all cleared companies and contractors will be affected by Artificial Intelligence (AI).
All the engines of investigation were geared up to catch a spy. Apparently, American documents had fallen into the hands of foreigners, and we were tasked to discover how that happened.
You’ve invested time and money building an insider threat training program – but do your employees know how to report information, and have you made it easy to do so?
We’ve all asked ourselves how to tell our colleagues to keep their mouths shut, but must do so in ways appropriate to our audience.
Every counterintelligence support branch for every cleared company should give pre-travel briefings. Even for vacations.
In short, how do you tell the boss he’s out of line when it affects your cleared mission? We all have to face such dilemmas in our career, so let’s see what works.
Do not chance whistleblowing with those who have no interest in protecting you or the information you are bound to protect. Follow the proper channels to report wrongdoing.
Even a simple request for an email address could be an attempt to elicit classified information. Do you know which requests to refer to your public affairs office?
Stovepiping can be useful for protecting sensitive information. It can also pose massive threats to national security. When is the right time to share information outside the chain of command?
Germany’s ‘revenge rockets’ were uncovered by spies who seemed to be so unimportant they weren’t noticed.
Every company who works with classified information needs a written, shared and used elicitation countermeasures program.
If you have a security clearance, it doesn’t mean you can’t relax and enjoy your vacation. You must remember, however, you have a clearance.
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