Insider Threats to Intelligence and Information

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Thu, Mar 4th, 2021 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM ET
Thu, Mar 4th, 2021 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM CT
Thu, Mar 4th, 2021 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM MT
Thu, Mar 4th, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM PT

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    Extending trust to employees and contractors to access and make use of sensitive information, intelligence and materials is a necessary risk for nearly every organization and institution, whether public or private sector. While many layers of security and barriers of protection – personal screening, physical, infrastructure, access control, etc. – are put in place, still malicious actors can and do slip through. This course provides the foundation for understanding what/who insider threats are, as well as similar actors with similar agendas, the different types of assets that fall into their scope of interest, the damage they can do, and notable case studies. The last section outlines current practices and advances in deterrence and prevention.

    During this webinar, we’ll discuss:

    • Insider threats: Defining insider threats by type and ideology, motivations (political, pro-social and pro-ethical, religious, cultural, etc.)
    • Assets: Corporate Intellectual Property and Corporate Espionage, Information versus Intelligence and Classifications in the FVEY Community
    • Why are Insider Threats, Threats?: Concerns of Government, National institutions, and Corporate / Contractors / Vendors
    • Notable Cases: review of five cases – Snowden (US/FBI/CIA/INT), Assange/Chelsea Manning (US/INT), Delisle (CAN/FVEY/INT), Ortis (CAN/RCMP/INT) and key take-aways from these cases studies.
    • Whistleblowers and Informants – Threats or Ethics Warriors? Notable Cases: Brief review of three cases
    • Looking at Deterrence and Prevention


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    The International Association of Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) is the largest professional organization in the world representing law enforcement analysts.  We represent law enforcement analysts in a variety of venues and provide an environment of community by establishing regional chapters. The purpose of IALEIA is to advance high standards of professionalism in law enforcement intelligence analysis at the local, state/provincial, national, and international levels.  Our aim is to enhance understanding of the role of intelligence analysis, encourage the recognition of intelligence analysis as a professional endeavor, develop international qualification and competency standards, reinforce professional concepts, devise training standards and curricula, furnish advisory and related services on intelligence analysis matters, conduct analytic-related research studies, and provide the ability to disseminate information regarding analytical techniques and methods.   IALEIA has a certification program for analysts, a code of ethics, and bylaws that provide structure for the organization.




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