Awareness for Military Members, DoD Employees and ContractorsGS130.16
This is an interactive eLearning course that provides OPSEC awareness
for military members, government employees, contractors, and dependents.
The course provides information on the basic need to protect unclassified
information about operations and personal information to ensure safe
and successful operations and personal safety.
Provides a basic working knowledge of Operations Security (OPSEC) and
how it applies to Department of Defense (DoD) agencies, components,
and contractors. The course focuses on the history of OPSEC and the
OPSEC process as described in NSDD-298. Students choose scenarios which
allow them to practice OPSEC in different environments.
and Public Release DecisionsOPSE-1500
This course addresses the OPSEC issues that should be considered when
reviewing information for public release and public access. Lessons
can be applied to preparing information for release in all forms of
media (e.g., print, web postings, and public speeches). After completing
this course, the student will be able to: edit information to be posted,
written, and spoken by applying OPSEC principles; and, achieve the originator's
objective without compromising critical information.
Analysis and Program Management CourseOPSE-2500
The focus of this course is on the basic skills and knowledge needed
to conduct an OPSEC risk analysis (apply the five steps) and to implement
an OPSEC program. The student is afforded the opportunity to apply OPSEC
tools and lessons through a variety of practical exercises and case
and Internet Based Capabilities CourseOPSE-3500
This course introduces OPSEC practitioners to common threats, vulnerabilities,
and countermeasures associated with Internet-based Capabilities (IbC).It
will allow OPSEC practitioners to better assess the risk when considering