February 27, 2019

New Insider Threat Courses Released

INT240 Basic Insider Threat Hub Operations. The Insider Threat Basic Hub Operations course provides Insider Threat Program Managers and operations personnel with an overview of Insider Threat Hub operations and breaks down proactive approaches to deter, detect, mitigate, and report the threats associated with trusted insiders. The course will explain the roles and purpose of an Insider Threat Hub and describe in detail the Insider Threat Hub management processes designed for insider threat program personnel in industry, DoD, and federal agencies.

INT250 Critical Thinking for Insider Threat Analysts. The Insider Threat Critical Thinking for Analysts course provides a high-level explanation of analytical and critical thinking as it relates to producing comprehensive analytic products for insider threat programs. Users will learn how critical thinking tools visually structure, facilitate, and empower thinking to help explain uncertainties, conclusions, and judgments. This course will give users the skills to help support their insider threat program in the deterrence, detection, and mitigation of insider risks while protecting the privacy and civil liberties of the workforce.

INT260 Privacy and Civil Liberties for Insider Threat. The Insider Threat Privacy and Civil Liberties course provides a high-level explanation of the importance that civil liberties, privacy laws, regulations, and policies have on conducting insider threat program actions. This course will identify what information is protected by law and how to employ safeguarding information. The user will be introduced to insider threat challenges that are impacted by socially charged matters regarding civil liberty laws and policies, unauthorized disclosure, whistleblowing, protected speech, and threats of violence.

These courses are designed for insider threat program personnel in industry, DoD, and federal agencies. Enroll today.

New Insider Threat Awareness Poster

Download our new “Effective Mitigation” poster to encourage reporting and awareness by highlighting the Insider Threat Program role in effective Risk Mitigation. Access all of CDSE’s Insider Threat posters here.

CDSE FY18 Year End Report Now Available

This past fiscal year (FY18) was a busy one for CDSE, which included hosting a successful DoD Security Conference and DoD Virtual Security Conference for Industry, moving to a new learning management system, receiving accreditation for the Industrial Security Oversight Certification (ISOC) and Adjudicator Professional Certification (APC), connecting security expertise with the community, and much more. Check out the FY18 Year End Report to see all that was accomplished.

CDSE 2019 CI Vigilance Campaign – March | Foreign Collection Methods

A Counterintelligence Vigilance Campaign is an ongoing, continual communication program, using a variety of communication platforms such as posters, videos, briefings, and internet sites to keep Counterintelligence Awareness and reporting requirements in the forefront for personnel. CDSE provides a toolkit each month with products that help outline specific CI topics. Here are the products being showcased for the month of March 2019:

Poster:  Foreign Collection Methods
Job Aid:  Foreign Collection Methods: Indicators and Countermeasures
Learning Awareness Game:  Counterintelligence Trivia Twirl 

CDSE 2019 Insider Threat Vigilance Campaign – March | Foreign Intelligence Entity

An Insider Threat Vigilance campaign is an ongoing, continual communication program, using a variety of communication platforms such as posters, videos, briefings, and internet sites to keep Insider Threat Awareness and Reporting Requirements in the forefront for personnel. Here are the products being showcased for the month of March 2019:

Job Aid:  Foreign Intelligence Entity Targeting Recruitment Methodology
Case Study:  Walter Liew
Video: Insider Threat Training Scenarios

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