INSA In the News

What DIUx might mean for intel 
May 6, 2016 The Business of Federal Technology 
The intelligence community has had conversations that run parallel to the Defense Department's Silicon Valley outreach, according to top defense intelligence official.

Pentagon Intel Chief Seeks Same Unity of Effort as Military Services 
May 6, 2016 Government Executive
With Congress revisiting how Pentagon units share authority under the 1986 Goldwater-Nichols Act, the intelligence agencies under the next presidential administration should likewise review their own unity of effort to become more agile and able to integrate, the top Defense intelligence official said Thursday.

Can investigators reverse engineer insider threats? 
Apr 28, 2016, The Federal Business of Technology 
A top official at the background check agency created after the Office of Personnel Management hack wants to use analytics to reverse engineer insider threats.

Intelligence leaders impatient for insider threat social media guidance 
Apr 28, 2016 Federal News Radio 
Immensely complex questions of privacy and civil liberties are holding up agencies from using perhaps the most valuable sources of information they could find on current and future employees: social media and other publicly available online information.

Intel Chiefs Eye Social Media for Internal Security Risks 
May 4, 2016 GOVTECH WORKS 
Social media profiles may not be part of security clearances today, but they will be in the future

What’s Your ‘Insider Threat Score?’ It Could Determine If You Keep Your Clearance
April 29, 2016 Nextgov 
Your eligibility to perform secret government work could one day be decided by a number that looks like a credit score, and factors in your social media activities.

INSA white paper, Tactical Cyber Intelligence, featured in launch of 
Geoff Hancock, John Felker, Chris Anthony and Lincoln Kaffenberger from the INSA Cyber Intelligence Sub-Council discussed the sub-council’s latest white paper on tactical cyber intelligence as part of the initial programming for Cyber Council co-chair Terry Roberts moderated the 25-minute program. Chantilly, Va.-based TV Worldwide launched in February.

FHS Graduate Wins National Intelligence Industry Award 
January 14, 2016. Franklin Reporter & Advocate 
A 1997 Franklin High School graduate will be honored next month by a national organization for her work in the intelligence community.

Franklin native receives national honor
February 10, 2016 myCentralJersey
A Franklin native is among six recipients whom received a 2016 INSA Achievement Award by the Intelligence and National Security Alliance.