New CI and Insider Threat Products – Upcoming Webinars and Speaker Series – Upcoming Industrial Security Courses
April 30, 2019
CDSE New Counterintelligence Awareness Training Materials
Poster: Deliver Uncompromised - Download now.
Job Aid: Counterintelligence Awareness Integration Plan – Outlines how to incorporate counterintelligence and threat awareness into an existing program and to obtain leadership’s approval of planned actions.
eLearning: CI117 Protecting Assets in the NISP – This course provides a detailed explanation of the importance of CI awareness to effective industry security programs.
Toolkit Tab: Deliver Uncompromised: Critical Technology Protection – A more capable, resilient, and innovative defense requires capabilities developed and produced by the defense industrial base be delivered to the warfighter uncompromised. Utilize this toolkit for access to training, awareness materials, best practices, and other resources to help deliver uncompromised.
CDSE New Insider Threat Training Materials
Poster: Insider Threat/Unauthorized Disclosure – Download and promote awareness in the workplace.
Game: Concentration – An “Oldie But Goodie,” with an Innovative Insider Threat Twist.
Video: Micro-Learn on Insider Threat in Critical Infrastructure – Breakdowns in critical infrastructure can have devastating effects on national security and national public health and safety. Watch, Think, and Dig Deeper on how an insider’s access can pose a unique threat to these sectors.
DSS in Transition (DiT) Webinar Series
CDSE invites you to participate in our upcoming Speaker Series:
Insider Threat and the DoD CAF
Thursday, May 23, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET
CDSE is hosting a discussion with Special Agent Cindy Beard on Insider Threat and the DoD CAF. This webinar will address the DoD CAF’s conceptual approach to Insider Threat, key players and partners, processes, and the DoD CAF’s future role in Insider Threat. Join us and be part of the conversation. Register here!
Counterintelligence Support to Personnel Security
Thursday, May 30, 2019
12:00 – 1:30 p.m. ET
Counterintelligence supports the Personnel Security (PERSEC) mission by identifying foreign intelligence entity (FIE) threats to personnel and enacting efforts to detect, deter, and neutralize the threat. Our guest, Special Agent Craig Beck from the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA), will discuss FIE targeting of US persons, how to identify indicators of the recruitment cycle, and how the PERSEC professional can recognize and report elicitation attempts and other suspicious activity. Register here!
Register Now For Upcoming Industrial Security Training
Seats are available for the “Threats in the NISP” course being presented in conjunction with the NCMS Annual Seminar in St. Louise, MO, on June 10, 2019 - https://ww.cdse.edu/catalog/classroom/CI143.html
Take advantage of this opportunity to save training costs by completing both the CDSE training course and the NCMS Annual Seminar at the same time. This course is open to Facility Security Officers (FSOs), Assistant Facility Security Officers (AFSOs), Security Specialists, and anyone employed in the security environment (such as Human Resources, Administrative Assistants, Program Managers, and Military Members exiting the various armed services).
To accommodate the 2019 NCMS Annual Seminar schedule, this iteration of the “Threats in the NISP" will be presented as a one day session. A special certificate will be uploaded to each participants official student account.
Please note a separate registration is required in order to attend the NCMS Annual Seminar from June 11-13, 2019.
Register Now For Upcoming Industrial Security Seminar
You have 90 days remaining to join us for our upcoming Southern Region “Getting Started Seminar for New FSOs” course. Seats are available for the below Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) class:
“Getting Started Seminar for New FSOs”, July 24 – 25, 2019 (Orlando, FL)
This course is open to Facility Security Officers (FSOs) and Assistant Facility Security Officers (AFSOs), Security Specialists, and anyone employed in the security environment (such as Human Resources, Administrative Assistants, Program Managers, and Military Members exiting the various Armed Services). Due to the expansion of the counterintelligence block, this course is two full days. A prerequisite course titled “FSO Role in the NISP” is required for seminar registration and must have been completed after 23 November 2015. A visit request must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the start of the class.
Come join us, we look forward to seeing you there!