Counterintelligence Job Aids
The Counterintelligence (CI) Awareness Program's purpose is to make DoD and Industry Security personnel aware of their responsibility to report unusual activities or behaviors and various threats from foreign intelligence entities, other illicit collectors of US defense information, and/or terrorists.
Counterintelligence Case Study - Dual Use Technology
July 2017, 1 page.These job aids enhance Counterintelligence awareness and are suitable for printing or easy placement in a company or command newsletter, email, or training bulletin.
Awareness for Defense Critical Infrastructure
July 2016, 3 pages. This job aid provides an introduction to Defense Critical Infrastructure sectors, awareness of threats, and knowledge of reporting requirements to those providing security services to critical infrastructure assets within the Department of Defense (DoD).
May 2016, 3 minute 48 second video. Threats to individual privacy, global commerce, and national security are as rampant as they are diverse, dynamic and complex. CDSE provides Counterintelligence Awareness training and related materials on recognizing the threat, reporting procedures, and much more.
Component Insider Threat Training Requirements and Resources
May 2016, 3 pages. This job aid provides information on Insider Threat program management personnel training requirements and resources.
Intelligence Entity Targeting Recruitment Methodology
March 2016, 1 page. Intelligence officers spot and assess individuals for potential recruitment.
April 2017, 1 page. These job aids enhance Counterintelligence awareness and are suitable for printing or easy placement in a company or command newsletter, email, or training bulletin.
Industrial Base Technology List
February 2016, 12 pages. The job aid introduces security practitioners to DSS's Industrial Base Technology List (IBTL). The IBTL identifies and defines critical U.S. defense technology and crosswalks all categories to the legacy Military Critical Technology List. This job aid is an excellent resource for the protection of U.S. technology and the implementation of research, development and acquisition security practices.
Collection Methods: Indicators and Countermeasures
November 2015, 8 pages. Reporting contacts, activities, indicators, and behaviors associated with foreign in-telligence entities (FIEs), a term which includes international terrorists, is required under DoD Directive 5240.06 Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting (CIAR).
Espionage and National Security Crimes
April 2015, 2 pages. This job aid provides information on understanding espionage and national security crimes.