New Insider Threat Video – Virtual Security Conference Recordings Released – Upcoming Industrial Security Seminar – Registration Open for Speaker Series
November 30, 2018
New Insider Threat Vigilance Series Video Now Available
CDSE is pleased to present the Insider Threat Vigilance Video Series: Season One "Turning People Around, Not Turning Them In." Episode Two, “Check Out My New Ride” is available now on CDSE.EDU and the CDSE YouTube channel.
The Insider Threat Vigilance Video Series aids the workforce in identifying and reporting insider threat indicators. The series also provides an overview of Insider Threat Programs and their multi-disciplinary approach to gathering and reviewing information indicative of an insider threat, referring that data as appropriate, and developing mitigation response options all while protecting the privacy and civil liberties of the workforce. Each episode in the series is approximately 8-9 minutes long.
The videos are accompanied by a facilitation guide to enhance group discussion. These resources make a great training event, town hall opener, or "lunch and learn" session. Individual students can also access a Micro-Learning Video Lesson on their own to watch the video, answer questions, and access additional resources.
Additional episodes will be released in December and January. Binge watching optional!
Recordings Released For 2018 DoD Virtual Security Conference For Industry
The recordings for the 2018 DoD Virtual Security Conference for Industry held on September 19, 2018 are now available. Please use the following link to register and log into Adobe Connect to view the recordings.
Getting Started Seminar for New FSOs
Getting Started Seminar for New FSOs (GSS) gives new FSOs the opportunity to discuss, practice, and apply fundamental NISP requirements in a collaborative classroom environment and develop a network of professional associates. This course is appropriate for any FSO, new or old, who is looking to enhance their security program.
Our second iteration for the FY19 schedule is currently open for registration. Check out the course below to see if it meets your training needs.
Seats are limited, so make sure you have successfully completed the current version of the prerequisite course, “Facility Security Officer (FSO) Role in the NISP” (IS023.16) and exam (IS023.06). Registration procedures have changed so request registration for the course as soon as possible. Once approved, submit your visit request no earlier than 60 days prior to the course starting (on or after December 7, 2018).
Come join us in the Nation’s Capital!
Upcoming Speaker Series
CDSE invites you to participate in our upcoming Speaker Series:
Applied Research on Exfiltration and Security Thursday, January 17, 2019 12:00 p.m. ET
The Defense Personnel & 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. On January 17, Ms. Stephanie Jaros, PERSEREC Project Director, will present the results published in the first report from this expanded project. Join the discussion! Sign up today at CDSE Webinars.