INSA In the News

HAYDEN: Some of the best intelligence is no secret at all – it’s social

July 9, 2014, Washington Times
In an op-ed for the Washington Times, former NSA director Gen. Michael Hayden cited the October 2012 INSA white paper, Expectations of Intelligence in the Information Age, to underscore the importance of open-source intelligence: “Nearly two years ago, the Intelligence and National Security Alliance published a white paper (I was one of a team of authors) that declared: ‘To fully serve policymakers, the [intelligence community] will need to continue to expand — to a much greater degree than has been assumed or accomplished to date — its reliance on open sources of information that contain or reflect the sentiments, intentions, and actions of non-governmental actors; what might be called 'social intelligence.'"

Attracting Younger Professionals into the Intelligence Community

July 15, 2014, ClearedJobs.Net
ClearedJobs.Net blogger Kathleen Smith listed some of the key takeaways from the Millennials, the Community and Social Media panel discussion hosted by the INSA Intelligence Champions Council on July 10. 

The Transitioning Intelligence Community Workforce and the Rise of Millennials

(July 1, 2014,
INSA member helped promote the Intelligence Champions Council’s July 10 panel discussion, “Millennials, the Community and Social Media” by speaking with Adam Lurie, vice president of government solutions at Social Intelligence, for a sneak preview.