Author: Department Of Defense
Release Date: 2017-01-26
1-100. Purpose. This Manual: a. Is issued in accordance with the National Industrial Security Program (NISP). It prescribes the requirements, restrictions, and other safeguards to prevent unauthorized disclosure of classified information. The Manual controls the authorized disclosure of classified information released by U.S. Government Executive Branch Departments and Agencies to their contractors. It also prescribes the procedures, requirements, restrictions, and other safeguards to protect special classes of classified information, including Restricted Data (RD), Formerly Restricted Data (FRD), intelligence sources and methods information, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI), and Special Access Program (SAP) information. These procedures are applicable to licensees, grantees, and certificate holders to the extent legally and practically possible within the constraints of applicable law and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). b. Incorporates and cancels DoD 5220.22-M, Supplement 1 (reference (ab)).
Creates a new government & industry partnership which empowers industry to more directly manage its own administrative security controls. Covers: security clearances; security training & briefings; classification & marking; safeguarding classified information; visits & meetings; subcontracting; automated information system security; international security requirements; & much more. Also contact list, glossary, & foreign equivalent markings. Produced jointly by: the Energy Dept., DoD, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, & the CIA.
Publisher: Red Bike Publishing
Release Date: 2016-05-23
"Contractors shall review their security system on a continuing basis and shall also conduct a formal self-inspection at intervals consistent with risk management principles." NISPOM The National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) requires all participants in the National Industrial Security Program (NISP) to conduct their own security reviews (self-inspections). This Self-Inspection Handbook is designed as a job aid to assist you in complying with this requirement. It is not intended to be used as a checklist only. Rather it is intended to assist you in developing a viable self-inspection program specifically tailored to the classified needs of your cleared company. You will also find we have included various techniques that will help enhance the overall quality of your self-inspection. To be most effective it is suggested that you look at your self-inspection as a three-step process: 1) pre-inspection 2) self-inspection 3) post-inspection This printed version includes plenty of notes pages for gathering data from inspections and interviews and performing analysis.
Author: Michael G. Solomon
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Release Date: 2009-10-01
A comprehensive survey of the most current and critical information security practices, Information Security Illuminated is an excellent introduction to the fundamental concepts and applications for students and professionals alike. Key security concepts are discussed with clear, accessible language and reinforced by a large number of scenario-based exercises and practical review questions. Readers are then able to apply their knowledge through hands-on experience with computer security-related tools. Coverage begins with the basics of computer security (CIA and DAD triads, risk analysis, etc.), and moves quickly through to important, real-world topics such as access control methodologies, security principles and practices, business continuity planning and disaster recovery, firewalls, incident handling, and much more. In addition to providing the requisite material for a complete course in information security practices, the book can be used as a self-study guide for many of the basic security certifications.
The National Industrial Security Program (NISP) ensures that contractors safeguard the government¿s classified info. (CI). NISP protects technologies critical to maintaining military technological superiority and other U.S. nat. security interests. The Defense Security Service (DSS) grants clearances to contractor facilities so they can access and store CI. In 2005, DSS monitored over 11,000 facilities¿ security programs to ensure that they meet NISP requirements for protecting CI. In 2004 and 2005, reports were issued that examined DSS responsibilities related to facilities accessing or storing CI. This testimony summarizes the findings of these reports and their relevance to the effective protection of technologies critical to U.S. national security interests.
Author: William H. Henderson
Release Date: 2011
Genre: Security clearances
Issue Mitigation Handbook explains how unfavorable suitability and security issues can be mitigated. Proper issue mitigation is not only critical to ultimately obtaining a federal clearance; in many cases it can result in the granting of an interim clearance and reduce the time it takes to get a final clearance. All three major federal personnel security programs are covered in this book with explanations of the procedures, investigations, and adjudicative standards. Sample SOR, LOD, NOPA, and affidavit forms, as well as reference materials, case citations, and rebuttal, hearing, and appeal instructions are included.
Author: Jeffrey W. Bennett
Publisher: Jeffrey W Bennett
Release Date: 2011-12
Genre: Business & Economics
Updated for 2016. From DDTC "Any person who engages in the United States in the business of either manufacturing or exporting defense articles or furnishing defense services is required to register..." ITAR "It is the contractor's responsibility to comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding export-controlled items." DFAR Companies that provide defense goods and services need to know the rules; the ITAR provides the answers. The International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) is the defense product and service provider's guide book for knowing when and how to obtain an export license. This book provides answers to: Which defense contractors should register with the DDTC? Which defense commodities require export licenses? Which defense services require export licenses? What are corporate and government export responsibilities? What constitutes an export? How does one apply for a license or technical assistance agreement?
Author: Mark A. Lorell
Publisher: Rand Corporation
Release Date: 2002-12-24
Genre: Technology & Engineering
The increasing consolidation of the defense aerospace industry, brought about by post-Cold War reductions in defense authorizations, has led to the proliferation of cross-border relationships between U.S. and European firms. This report examines aerospace industry globalization trends with a view toward determining how the U.S. Air Force can best exploit such trends while minimizing their risks. It concludes that further research must be done to ascertain how the advantages of globalization, such as increased competition and interoperability, can best be achieved without compromising security concerns.
Author: Jeffrey Wayne Bennett
Publisher: Red Bike Pub
Release Date: 2008
Bennett provides a study system designed to help industrial security professionals and government security specialists understand the NISPOM and Presidential Executive Orders implementing the National Industrial Security Program. (Computer Books)
Author: Malcolm Parvey
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
Release Date: 2008-01-01
Winning Government Contracts shows you the way. It begins at the beginning, assuming no prior knowledge of the government marketplace and its sometimes complicated terminology. Written in a clear, easy-to-understand language by experienced sales and marketing professionals, this book takes you through the registration and bidding process step by step.
Author: Jan Goldman
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Release Date: 2006-05-24
Words of Intelligence: A Dictionary is intended for the intelligence and national security forces fighting the global war on terrorism at all levels: local, state, and federal. The intelligence community has undergone massive changes since the Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Administration, and Department of Defense were created, especially with the establishment of Homeland Security and a director of national intelligence. Intelligence must now be transmitted to state and local public administrators, health officials, and transportation planners in the event of a domestic attack. With more than 600 terms related to theoretical aspects of intelligence, intelligence operations and strategies, security classification of information, obscure names of intelligence boards and organizations, and homeland security, this dictionary is an invaluable tool for anyone who needs a working knowledge of intelligence-related issues.
The threats of economic espionage and intellectual property (IP) theft are global, stealthy, insidious, and increasingly common. According to the U.S. Commerce Department, IP theft is estimated to top $250 billion annually and also costs the United States approximately 750,000 jobs. The International Chamber of Commerce puts the global fiscal loss at more than $600 billion a year. Secrets Stolen, Fortunes Lost offers both a fascinating journey into the underside of the Information Age, geopolitics, and global economy, shedding new light on corporate hacking, industrial espionage, counterfeiting and piracy, organized crime and related problems, and a comprehensive guide to developing a world-class defense against these threats. You will learn what you need to know about this dynamic global phenomenon (how it happens, what it costs, how to build an effective program to mitigate risk and how corporate culture determines your success), as well as how to deliver the message to the boardroom and the workforce as a whole. This book serves as an invaluable reservoir of ideas and energy to draw on as you develop a winning security strategy to overcome this formidable challenge. • It’s Not “Someone Else’s Problem: Your Enterprise is at Risk Identify the dangers associated with intellectual property theft and economic espionage • The Threat Comes from Many Sources Describes the types of attackers, threat vectors, and modes of attack • The Threat is Real Explore case studies of real-world incidents in stark relief • How to Defend Your Enterprise Identify all aspects of a comprehensive program to tackle such threats and risks • How to Deliver the Message: Awareness and Education Adaptable content (awareness and education materials, policy language, briefing material, presentations, and assessment tools) that you can incorporate into your security program now