Industrial Security Shorts
The Industrial Security Program is a multi-disciplinary security program focused on the protection of classified information developed by or entrusted to U.S. industry operating under the National Industrial Security Program (NISP).
These "shorts" are not intended for download. Please note, you will not receive a certificate of completion for watching a short.
Provides an opportunity to practice identifying Key Management Personnel (KMPs) in several different business structures. feedback
Provides a high level overview of the DD Form 254 as well as a review of the CDSE job aids and resources available to assist you in successfully completing and maintaining the form. feedback
Identifies the role and responsibilities of the Designated Government Representative. This short does NOT meet the required formal training requirement to be granted DGR authority by DSS. feedbackfeedback feedback
Provides senior management at cleared contractor facilities a basic understanding of the important role they play in the success of their security program. The short takes a brief look at the Facility Security Clearance (FCL) process, the importance of the Facility Security Officer (FSO) position and the role of the Senior Manager. feedback
Provides industry personnel with a high-level overview of the international visit request process. This Short addresses timelines for processing visits, types of visit requests (including visit request forms), and common reasons for rejecting visit requests. feedback
This purpose of the Short is to provide a refresher on handling classified information, especially in the electronic environment, including marking, retrievability, accountability, destruction, and retention of electronic classified information. feedback
Provides guidance to help FSOs and Senior Management Officials recognize reporting thresholds and procedures, understand the potential impacts of mergers and appreciate the benefits to advanced reporting. feedback
Provides a high-level overview of the National Interest Determinations (NID) process. It explains what a NID is, when a NID is required, and who is responsible for preparing and identifying the need for the NID.feedback
Delivers guidance on procuring new and/or used GSA security containers for the protection of classified information. In addition, includes best practices and a useful job aid that can be printed for future reference.feedback
Introduces the CDSE Facility Security Officer (FSO) program (minimum of 13 eLearning courses required for all FSOs). Provides newly appointed FSOs a high-level overview of their responsibilities and guides them to essential resources. feedback