August 26, 2016

CDSE Posts Two New Insider Threat Case Studies

The Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) recently posted two new insider threat case studies within the collection of Insider Threat job aids. The Hannah Robert case study is an example of a violation of the Arms Export Control Act. The Kun Shan Chun case study is one that charges a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent with acting as an agent of China and mishandling classified information.

These job aids were developed to help the DoD enterprise and industrial security communities reinforce the adverse effects of the Insider Threat. They are issued regularly from CDSE and provide readily accessible, easy to follow training materials based on recent cases that stress the impact of economic espionage, traditional espionage, and other national security crimes. The case studies reinforce our existing eLearning and act as a ready source of threat/awareness information for the security community, which will be suitable for printing or easy placement in a company or command newsletter, email, or training bulleting. Access the new and previously issued job aids.

New Special Access Program (SAP) Security Incident Videos

CDSE released the two SAP related videos, "SAP Security Incidents - Transportation" and "SAP Security Incidents - The Email." The primary audience for these videos is civilian, military, and contractor personnel that work within the SAP environment. These scenario-based videos are intended to be incorporated into SAP security training programs. The videos highlight common errors that can occur when working within the SAP environment. The goal is for students to identify the errors and suggest ways to prevent such errors. Students are encouraged to apply critical thinking to the videos so they are aware of the importance of protecting SAP information. Access the videos .

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