July 31, 2015

CDSE Insider Threat Case Study Job Aid Series

The Defense Security Service (DSS), Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) is pleased to introduce our latest series of job aids “Insider Threat Case Studies.”  These job aids were developed to help the DoD enterprise and industrial security communities reinforce the adverse effects of the Insider Threat.  They will be issued regularly from CDSE and provide readily accessible, easy to follow training materials based on recent cases that stress the impact of economic espionage, traditional espionage, and other national security crimes.  The job aids will reinforce our existing eLearning and act as a ready source of threat/awareness information for the security community, which will be suitable for printing or easy placement in a company or command newsletter, email, or training bulleting.

Visit CDSE Catalog’s Insider Threat page to access the Job Aids.

Sign Up For Upcoming Counterintelligence Webinar – August 13

The Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) invites you to participate in our Counterintelligence “Cyber Enabled Threats to Cleared Industry” webinar.  CDSE webinars address topics and issues of interest to defense security personnel.  Each webinar is 30 minutes long.  Sign up for the webinar you are interested in to receive access information.  Sign up for the webinar.  Additional information about CDSE webinars is also available at this site.  Access instructions will be sent via the registration confirmation email.

Cyber Enabled Threats to Cleared Industry
Thursday, August 13, 2015

This webinar will explore cyber and physical domain connections related to counterintelligence (CI) awareness.  Thwarting the enemy demands we not only block the insidious cyber threat, but use those threats to derive actionable intelligence.

2015 DoD Security Conference

Registration for the 2015 DoD Security Conference is now open! 

Go to www.DoDSecurityConference.com for details about the conference and registration.

The conference will be held September 15 – 18, 2015.  The purpose of this event is to provide an understanding of policy changes and initiatives taking place across the DoD.  The conference theme is “Combating National Security Challenges” and will be implemented through numerous sessions including Personnel Security Update, Industrial Security Update, Information Security Update, Physical Security Update, DoD CAF Update, Insider Threat, and much more!

Registration Options:

Register to attend in-person by clicking “Register” on this site.  Designated component and service approvers will then process your request.  Additional information including the agenda, speakers, and hotel information will be provided upon registration approval.

Unable to attend the conference in person?  Join select sessions via virtual streaming!  As a virtual participant, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions from your desktop or mobile device.

Registration for 300 in-person attendees is open until Friday, August 21, 2015.  Virtual streaming registration for up to 1,000 attendees closes on Tuesday, September 15, 2015.

There is no conference fee associated with this event. 

Physical Security Job Aids

The Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) offers six Physical Security job aids to help execute Physical Security duties. Access the job aids listed below.

  • Operating the X-08 Lock
  • S&G 2740 Operating Instructions
  • Operating and Closing the X-10 Electromechanical Combination Lock
  • Changing the Combination of the X-10 Electromechanical Combination Lock
  • Operating the S&G 2740B Electromechanical Safe Lock
  • Changing the Combination of the S&G 2740B Electromechanical Safe Lock