Applied Research on Exfiltration and Security
Date: Thursday, 17 January 2019
Description: The Defense Personnel and Security Research Center (PERSEREC) has published four comprehensive reports on espionage in America. In recognition of the shifting threat landscape, PERSEREC has expanded its Espionage Project to include all known incidents in which government personnel were convicted of exfiltration of protected resources without authorization. This expanded effort, titled The Exfiltration Project, will identify actionable intervention points and the corresponding behavioral indicators along individuals' critical pathways to exfiltration, which in turn can be incorporated into data science monitoring/evaluation tools, workforce training, and organizational risk management plans. Ms. Stephanie Jaros, PERSEREC Project Director, will present the results published in the first report from this expanded project. Join us and be part of the conversation!
Length: 1 Hour
Target Audience: DoD, Industry, Federal Agencies
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