New UD Job Aid, CPI Short and Video Lessons
July 8, 2016
New Unauthorized Disclosure Case Study Job Aid
Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) is pleased to announce the release of the first of a new series of Unauthorized Disclosure (UD) case study job aids. These case studies are designed to build UD awareness by chronicling real-world UD incidents caused by current and/or former Department of Defense (DoD) personnel, determining the motivation for their action(s), and highlighting the damage to national security caused by the UD incident. While the case studies presented may not garner national or international media attention, they underscore the fact UD occurs away from the public spotlight.
The case studies also remind DoD personnel to follow the DoD prepublication review process, as administered by the Defense Office of Security and Prepublication Review (DOPSR) prior to publically releasing DoD information to prevent UD incidents.
The case studies are ideal for easy inclusion into an organization's security education, training, and awareness program. Access the job aid .
New Critical Program Information (CPI) Short
CDSE recently launched the Critical Program Information (CPI) short. The short provides security officers with an introduction to CPI, which includes definitions, requirements for enhanced security protection, and direction to applicable supporting policies. It replaces the previous CDSE CPI course. Access the short.
New Video Lessons
CDSE is pleased to announce the release of the Counterintelligence Awareness Video lesson. Are you looking for an impactful way to provide threat awareness? Watch and learn how counterintelligence supports security efforts by identifying foreign, insider, and cyber threats. The video is less than four minutes and can be viewed independently or as part of our micro lesson. Both offer great ways to encourage threat awareness at your facility or installation. Access video lesson now.
In addition, CDSE added "Social Media Incorporation into Federal Background Investigations" to the Security Awareness Hub. This video lesson developed from congressional testimony discusses the way ahead for U.S. government's use of social media in Federal Background Investigations.