Lifecycle of the Suspicious Contact Report
Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Description: A frequent question from industry is, "What happens to those Suspicious Contact Reports that we send to the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA)?" The Lifecycle of the Suspicious Contact Report webinar explains the process that suspicious contact reports follow once received from cleared contractors. The webinar provides an in-depth explanation of counterintelligence, current threats to industry, and what is considered suspicious and should be reported to DSS. It also explains the mission of the DSS Counterintelligence Directorate and provides information on the many products available from the directorate. Additionally, the webinar discusses the importance for industry to report suspected collection operations and the roles of the counterintelligence and law enforcement community in support of cleared industry.
Length: 30 minutes
Target Audience: Industry
System Requirements: CDSE Webinars on CDSE.AdobeConnect.com
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