Designating Space Systems as New U.S. Critical Infrastructure Sector
November 02, 2021
Finds that space systems have become vital to U.S. national and economic security even though space-related assets were not considered as one of 16 critical infrastructure sectors designated by the 2013 Presidential Policy Directive on Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience (PPD-21).
New Paper Calls for Changes to CUI Program
October 25, 2021
Developed by INSA’s Security Policy Reform Council, this paper captures industry perspectives on the CUI program’s uneven implementation. Notably, the paper finds that an explosion of CUI categories, overly complex protection and handling guidelines, and a lack of strong centralized management authority undermine the program’s effectiveness.
New INSA Op-Ed: Promoting Neurodiversity in the IC
October 03, 2022
Each year the intelligence community (IC) loses thousands of talented workers to better-paid private sector jobs and often to an onerous security clearance process. Intelligence agencies and the private sector contractors that support them must leverage new talent pools, and one key group that could help fill this gap is the neurodiverse community.
New InT Paper Calls for Greater Information Sharing
October 06, 2021
Notes that government and cleared industry are partners in ensuring the protection of the national security workforce. However, for cleared contractors to fully meet their security obligations and effectively implement mandatory insider threat training programs, they need...
Oh What a Night at the 36th William Oliver Baker Award Dinner!
September 30, 2021
Extending 3610 as Part of FY 2022 Continuing Resolution
September 22, 2021
New Paper Addresses Insider Threat and Remote Work
September 16, 2021
Finds the impact of the pandemic created both technical and psychological challenges for organizations that increased the risk of insider threats.
INSF Paper Finds Remote Work to Outlive Pandemic
September 10, 2021
Underwritten by Avantus Federal, the paper summarizes key findings from INSF's three-part videocast series, which examined the shift to remote work in 2020; specifically, what worked, what challenges remain, and what opportunities lay ahead.
INSA Calls on Congress to Extend Sec. 3610
August 17, 2021
Nominations Open: 2022 INSA Achievement Awards
August 17, 2021
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