News & Career Advice

Paper Trail: The Afterlife of a Document in a Defense Industry Office

John Davis / Dec 6, 2017

Do you know what happens to the documents you create? You may be leaving a paper trail that puts your company or agency data in jeopardy.

How to Keep Your Computer Safe While Traveling

John Davis / Nov 28, 2017

Here are a few examples of how your computer may be compromised while traveling.

Procedures for Releasing Information Under FOIA

John Davis / Oct 28, 2017

The purpose of the FOIA is to allow Americans, or anyone who requests, the right to know what our government is doing on a given subject. 

Secrets, Security and Propaganda – How Terrorists are Made

John Davis / Oct 26, 2017

It’s propaganda. Yet it works. And it’s not a new problem. Learn how terrorists capture the minds and imaginations of young people.

21st Century Spies Trading Cyber for Tradecraft

John Davis / Oct 5, 2017

In ways you’d never, ever expect, espionage has taken a stroll back in time to become even more effective.

How to Protect Yourself From Hackers and Spies

John Davis / Sep 25, 2017

Never allow another person to know something online which you would not tell them personally. Never tell someone personally something they have no need to know.

Coworkers Critical Source of Most Misconduct, Security Violations

John Davis / Sep 12, 2017

After a breach, everyone asks, “Could I have seen this coming? What signs could the spy have shown that I didn’t see? What should I have reported?”

Why the Smart Traveler Program is a Smart Move for Security Clearance Holders

John Davis / Sep 5, 2017

There’s nothing more reassuring than to be sure your trip is known by fellow Americans abroad in a position to help, if needed.