April 24, 2015
CDSE Announces the "Understanding Espionage and National Security Crimes" Job Aid
As part of our Counterintelligence Awareness Job Aid Series, the Defense Security Service (DSS), Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) is pleased to introduce the "Understanding Espionage and National Security Crimes" Job Aid. The job aid was developed to help the DoD enterprise and industrial security communities differentiate between traditional espionage, economic espionage, trade secret theft, and other national security crimes. CDSE recognizes the crucial role security personnel play in identifying and reporting indicators of these crimes. The job aid will assist all security personnel in fulfilling reporting requirements associated with DoD Directive 5240.06 and/or the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual.
Visit the CDSE Catalog's Counterintelligence Resource page to access the "Understanding Espionage and National Security Crimes" Job Aid.
The Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) recognizes the time demands all security professionals face, and has produced training shorts that are mostly ten minutes or less. Security Shorts allow security professionals to refresh their knowledge of a critical topic or quickly access information needed to complete a job. Check out the Cybersecurity Shorts now.
These "Shorts" are not intended for download.
- Beware of Spyware
- Data Spills
- Information Assurance Briefing for Senior Operational Leadership
- Invasion of the Wireless Hackers
- Mission Assurance for Senior Leaders
- Phishing Scams
- Social Networking
- The Case of the Cyber Criminal
- Trusted Download