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Integrating CI and Threat Awareness into Your Security Program

This course provides a thorough understanding of how counterintelligence (CI) and threat awareness are essential components of a comprehensive security program. The course provides an overview of the elements of a cleared facility or unit security program that includes identifying the purpose of a CI and threat awareness program; identifying CI and threat awareness policy requirements for industry and Department of Defense (DoD) personnel; role of the DSS Counterintelligence (CI) Office; use of the analytical risk management process; identifying key types of threats and common methods of collection operations; recognizing types of information most likely to be targeted by espionage; identifying types of information that should be reported; and appropriate reporting requirements and procedures.

NOTE 1: If you are completing this course as a prerequisite for a CDSE instructor-led course or as part of a specific CDSE training curriculum, you must take the final exam in STEPP to receive credit for completion. The passing grade is (75%) for the examination. You may register for the exam via STEPP at http://www.cdse.edu/stepp/index.html.

NOTE 2: A certificate is provided after this course is completed; however, there is no record maintained by CDSE. Students must print or save a local copy of the certificate as proof of course completion.

NOTE 3: Each course provides either a closed caption button (located at the bottom of the course) or a transcript button (located at the top or bottom of the course). This provides a text version of each course section. For any other 508 Compliance/Accessibility inquiries please contact dss.cdseweb@mail.mil.


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