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New INSA White Paper Calls for Greater Information Sharing Between Government and Industry

New INSA White Paper Calls for Greater Information Sharing Between Government and Industry

(Arlington, VA) January 16, 2020 – In order to strengthen Insider Threat training programs and bolster U.S. national security, a new Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) white paper calls for the government to share basic personnel security information with its partners in the cleared contractor community. ...

INSA Paper Examines Impediments to Security Reciprocity, Offers 14 Policy and Process Improvements

INSA Paper Examines Impediments to Security Reciprocity, Offers 14 Policy and Process Improvements

Delays caused by inefficiencies in security clearance reciprocity result in the estimated loss of 1,000 contractor-labor years at a cost of approximately $2B to the IC & upwards of $8B to the Federal Government. The latest INSA paper offers steps to improve policy & processes.

Race to 5G Puts U.S. Economic and National Security at Risk, According to New INSA White Paper

Race to 5G Puts U.S. Economic and National Security at Risk, According to New INSA White Paper

In the global race to 5G, it is imperative that U.S. policymakers, wireless carriers, and technology leaders work together to ensure U.S. economic and national security, according to INSA Cyber Council's new white paper.

 

Op-Eds

Charlie Allen Op-ed Addresses "Culture of Leaking"

Charlie Allen Op-ed Addresses "Culture of Leaking"

"The American public has grown increasingly accustomed to the revelation of national security secrets, and leakers are lauded as heroes exposing government abuses," writes INSA senior intelligence adviser Charlie Allen. "In doing so, society marginalizes the detrimental impact to national security."

 

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