Upcoming DIT Webinars and Speaker Series – New Insider Threat Video and Course
January 31, 2019
DSS in Transition (DiT) Webinar Series
Please join CDSE in its second installment of the DiT webinar Series, "The Evolution of the FSO Role." This is the second of seven webinars in a series designed to increase industry partner awareness and understanding of the DSS in Transition methodology and their role in it. This webinar will be a panel interview of a Facility Security Officer (FSO) and a DSS Industrial Security Representative as they discuss how the role of the FSO changes to address an intelligence-led, threat-driven, and asset-focused methodology.
The Evolution of the FSO Role
Thursday, February 14, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET
If you missed our first DiT webinar, "Overview of the DSS in Transition Methodology," you can find it in our archive, along with many other previously recorded webinars. This webinar discussed an overview of the DiT methodology and DSS’ 2019 lines of effort.
Don’t forget to mark your calendars for upcoming DiT webinars. Registration opens 30 days in advance of each webinar.
Access upcoming webinars and the webinar archive at https://www.cdse.edu/catalog/webinars/index.html.
New Insider Threat Vigilance Series Video Now Available
CDSE is pleased to present the Insider Threat Vigilance Video Series: Turning People Around, Not Turning Them In, Season One / Episode Four: “Meeting of the Minds” is now available now at CDSE.edu.
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.
Access our new video and additional episodes at https://www.cdse.edu/resources/videos/insider-threat.html.
Upcoming Speaker Series
CDSE invites you to participate in our upcoming Speaker Series:
Maximizing Organizational Trust
Thursday, February 7, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET
The Defense Personnel and Security Research Center (PERSEREC) has published a new eLearning course and associated guide on the importance of organizational trust in creating a safe work environment. This 1-hour webinar will address the importance of organizational trust, highlight important lessons from the course, and discuss use of the guide. The webinar is free for all participants.
Critical Technology Protection | Foreign Visits and Academic Solicitation
Thursday, February 21, 2019
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
This webinar will feature a conversation with Defense Security Service (DSS) Special Agent (counterintelligence) Justin Shanken discussing the threat environment, techniques adversaries may use to target our critical assets, and what industry can do to be prepared to counter this threat. DSS Counterintelligence Directorate and Regional Field Offices provide support for Foreign Visits and Academic Solicitation for the Defense Industrial Base. The webinar if free for all participants.
Access registration for our Speaker Series webinars at https://www.cdse.edu/catalog/elearning/INT270.html.
New Insider Threat Course Released
To further build off our February 7 webinar regarding Maximizing Organizational Trust, we just released a course on the same topic. As you know, employees are an organization's first line of defense against threats to the mission or to the safety of the workforce. In order to motivate employees to actively participate in security and safety initiatives, organizational leaders must create an environment in which personnel trust leadership to be fair, honest, and transparent. In response to a tasking from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSD[I]), the Defense Personnel and Security Research Center (PERSEREC) reviewed business, psychology, and communication literature to identify best practices for building and maintaining organizational trust. Sign up to take the free, 60 minute class today!
Access the course at https://www.cdse.edu/catalog/elearning/INT270.html.