WEBCAST / Aug 13 / FREE / An Insider Threat Among Us – How to Prevent Unauthorized Sharing of Classified Infor mation

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WEBCAST / An Insider Threat Among Us – How to Prevent Unauthorized Sharing of Classified Information

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour

Living in an era of countless hackers and various insider threats, it is important to know how to protect your information. Join us as we examine the criminal investigation of civilian intelligence analyst, Jonathan Pollard, who was convicted of stealing over 1 million pages of highly classified documents and sharing them with Israel. Following the examination, cybersecurity experts will discuss measures the federal government is taking to counteract such activity today, and how technology can be used to prevent such crimes in the future.

Join us for a webcast on August 13th to:

++ Recognize the clues insider threats leave and connect the dots
++ Learn what the federal government is doing to minimize and eliminate threats from inside its own walls
++ Understand how technology can help collect, monitor, and evaluate massive amounts of data from many disparate data points faster than ever before
++ Determine why Continuous Monitoring is essential to stopping insider threats and why we can’t simply rely on periodic reviews anymore

REGISTER/LEARN MORE There is no cost to participate in this webcast.

PERSONAL INFO SECURITY / Study – U.S. Consumers Don’t Trust Any Industry To Keep Personal Data Safe

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Lack of consumer confidence is likely to impact brand engagement efforts.

NEW YORK /PRNewswire/ A consumer study from Radius Global Market Research shows that U.S. consumers have little faith that companies are able to keep their person data safe. The sentiment crosses nearly all industries with consumers saying that the lack of trust will likely affect purchase habits.

"Ongoing security breaches have pushed the issue of online security to the top of consumers’ minds," says Radius GMR Director, Jamie Myers. "We set out to determine which industries were the most trusted among consumers when it comes to keeping data secure. In the end, those surveyed felt that no company in any industry is doing it well."

When the survey asked U.S. technology owners which industry is doing the best job at keeping their information safe, no clear leader emerged with "no industry" ranking the highest (29%). In looking at specific companies/brands across these different industries, most surveyed were unable to clearly identify a brand leader that does the best job in protecting and preventing identity theft/fraud.

In general financial websites out-perform other industries with just over 25% saying they do the "best job" in securing their personal information. At the other end of the spectrum, operating systems and social media sites are not perceived very highly with securing personal information.

"Consumers made it clear that a perception of poor security practices is reason enough to stop doing business with a brand," adds Myers. "Clearly it is not enough to have a good track record. In this environment brands must adjust communications to merchandise ongoing efforts in order to establish and keep trust."

Radius GMR’s online consumer study "Privacy & Security Issues Among U.S. Consumers" surveyed consumers who own or use regularly a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. A summary of survey results can be obtained by visiting www.radius-global.com.

About Radius Global Market Research

Radius Global Market Research (www.radius-global.com) is one of the largest independent custom market research companies. For more than 50 years, the business has partnered with leading global marketers to develop insights-based strategies that drive brand performance. Radius GMR is based in New York. Global operations include London-based Radius EMEA and Radius Asia in Beijing, China.

SOURCE Radius Global Market Research

Triple Canopy Recognized as Valuable Military Employer / Majority Veteran, Employee-Owned

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RESTON, Virginia /PRNewswire/ — Triple Canopy, Inc., a global provider of mission support, security, training and advisory services, announced today that the company was named a 2014 winner by CivilianJobs.com Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military®. The MVE recognition helps military veteran and experienced job seekers identify top employers to target when searching for civilian careers.

"Triple Canopy is proud to have been named a valuable employer for the military by CivilianJobs.com, for the second year in a row," said Triple Canopy CEO Ignacio Balderas. "More than 80 percent of our employees are military veterans and the values, skills and experience they bring to the table have made the company the success it is today."

Triple Canopy was founded by former U.S. Army Special Forces personnel in 2003. The company deploys thousands of personnel around the world while employing corporate staff at its Washington, D.C.-based headquarters. It provides opportunities for top-performing military veterans with experience in armed/unarmed physical security, special operations, law enforcement, emergency medicine, program management and more. Interested candidates are advised to visit www.triplecanopy.com/careers for current corporate and operational vacancies.

Triple Canopy will be recognized in the May issue of Military Transition News, CivilianJobs.com’s world-wide military base newspaper, and be displayed on the CivilianJobs.com website. The company was also recently selected for The Military Times Best for Vets: Employers 2014 rankings. The Best for Vets distinction recognizes and rewards companies for their commitment to providing job opportunities to America’s veterans.

CivilianJobs.com recognizes MVEs in the month of May to help honor Armed Forces Day. The 2014 Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military was open to all U.S.-based companies. Winners are selected based on surveys in which employers outlined their recruiting, training and retention plans that best serve military service members and veterans.

About Triple Canopy

Triple Canopy is a leading provider of mission support, security, training and advisory services to government agencies and multinational corporations across a range of market sectors and geographies. The company excels at delivering complete program management solutions to help clients achieve critical mission objectives in challenging locations worldwide. From logistics and life support to personal protection and training, clients rely on Triple Canopy to mitigate risk and ensure business continuity. Triple Canopy is ISO 9001:2008 certified and a founding signatory of the International Code of Conduct. Visit www.triplecanopy.com.

HOT JOB / Cleared American Escorts – Reston, Virginia

Cleared American Escorts – Reston, Virginia

Job ID: 193096

Location: Reston, VA, United States

Category:Security Management

Security Clearance: U.S. Top Secret SCI/SSBI

Employment Type: Full time

Job Description:

The MASY Group, a Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) Certified and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOB), provides intelligence and risk management solutions.

We are actively seeking Cleared American Escorts.


All qualified candidates must meet the following prerequisites:

++ U.S. citizenship and MUST have an ACTIVE TS/SCI.

++ A minimum of 3-5 years of recent experience as security/escort detail

++ Should be in good physical health and physically able to perform activities

Job Responsibilities include:

++ Screening, observing, and monitoring workers, vehicles, and equipment entering or exiting the site.

++ Denying introduction of prohibited materials on location

++ Conducting random inspections of all site areas

++ Maintain and operate all secure areas established by the construction company used for storage

Place of performance: Reston, VA

Candidates should be locally based


Q+A – Intelligence Career Opportunities for International Citizens

Q+A – Intelligence Career Opportunities for International Citizens


I am not a U.S. citizen. My question is how do I get recruited/headhunted for an intelligence job in the USA as a foreign citizen. I am not region/citizenship bound. Am flexible about career options.


As you may suspect, it is almost impossible to get into the field of traditional defense intelligence.

However, there are a number of areas that are international in focus and which are truly intelligence fields open to citizens of almost all countries.

These jobs are usually associated with major consulting firms such as KPMG, Booz-Allen, Parsons Corporation, Accenture, and others — many others that are smaller than the above.

There are also some very good professional organizations which are involved in intelligence activities outside of the defense and national security realm:

International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA)
Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP)

And if you have a strong defense background then follow the players that are winning the contracts and playing worldwide by following Defense Industry Daily — these are true international players.

You have asked a good question. Let me give it some more thought and try to identify some opportunities.

Best regards,
Bill Golden


LinkedIn: Linkedin.com/in/BillGolden
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/intelligencecareers-com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/ICDefenseJobs
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– Ask Bill about strange jobs worldwide in good and BAD neighborhoods everywhere!

Q+A – Why do employers not train their employees to take on greater challenges?

Q+A – Why do employers not train their employees to take on greater challenges?

Question / Ask Your Question

If there is a shortage of IT skilled employees, why not invest and train the ones with some experience and really wanting to be trained, train them?

In my case, I want to get into Cyber Security, but I have to finish my CompTIA A+ and pass two tests before I can progress. I do not mind taking this path but I wonder why training the right people to take on new challenges is not an option pursed by employers?



The simple answer is that companies generally expect their hires to be fully technically certified before hiring. This is regardless of skillset. You could be an accountant, baker, plumber, car mechanic, etc.

Part of this is due to insurance requirements — the work of uncertified employees is not covered. This is also due to human nature: a large number of folks just never complete training at a level equal to being fully technically competent. This means that employers must hire more folks than they really need in order to find those that will perform for them. Training costs also are difficult to pass on to customers.

It is a ‘come fully trained or not at all’ world these days.

Some good news: there are training and retraining funding and schooling available for many different kinds of professionals that need to change their career paths. This depends upon where you live and the current (un)employment rate. To find what is available in your area just add your state’s name to this Google search.

Best regards,

Bill Golden


LinkedIn: Linkedin.com/in/BillGolden
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/intelligencecareers-com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/ICDefenseJobs
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Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/IntelligenceCareers

– Ask Bill about strange jobs worldwide in good and BAD neighborhoods everywhere!

2102.02.28 Feb 28th NAACP Regional Diversity Job Fair ~ Washington DC

If you or someone you know is looking for a job or interested in a new career, there’s still time to register for the NAACP Regional Diversity Job Fair, coming to the DC area tomorrow.

At tomorrow’s job fair, you will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with companies that are hiring and looking for experienced candidates. Employers will be hiring for jobs in areas including sales, engineering, government, security, education, military, medical, banking, financial services and more. Come out and meet the employers:

NAACP Regional Diversity Fair
Tuesday, February 28
10:00AM – 3:00PM

Embassy Suites Crystal City
1300 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202

The NAACP Regional Diversity Job Fair is free and open to the public. So tidy up your resume, bring plenty of copies and get ready to talk to employers.

For more information, visit http://psijobfair.com/Schedule/DCFebruary282012.aspx or call (952) 595-4496, ext. 115.


Dedrick Muhammad
Senior Director
NAACP Economic Programs


Visit http://www.USAJobZoo.com or http://USADefenseIndustryJobs.com for all of your job search needs. Both are IntelligenceCareers.com websites.

U.S. Intelligence Agencies Virtual Career Fair ~ March 6th, 2012

The United States Intelligence Community (IC) invites you to attend the third annual IC Virtual Career Fair – a free online event – on Tuesday, March 6, 2012, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. (Eastern). Space is limited. To guarantee entrance, pre-registration is highly encouraged. Reserve your spot today!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about IC careers and get tips on how to apply for positions. From the comfort of your computer, you can:

  • Visit IC agencies’ virtual booths
  • Chat with recruiters in real-time (event day only)
  • Link to IC agency Web sites to apply to positions online
  • Network with other job seekers
  • Attend presentations
  • Hundreds of Opportunities

You’ll find jobs in the following disciplines, mostly in the Washington, D.C./Baltimore, MD, metropolitan area:

  • Business/Contracting and Acquisitions/Financial Management
  • Clandestine Services
  • Computer Science/Computer Engineering/Electrical Engineering
  • Cybersecurity/Information Assurance/Computer Forensics
  • Engineering and Physical Science
  • >> Foreign Languages — Language Analysts/Instructors/Contract Translators
  • Information Technology
  • Intelligence Analysis — Economic, Cultural, Imagery, Military and Regional
  • Program Management
  • Security/Police Officers
  • Student Intern Program Positions


Sneak Preview and On Demand! Registration is your virtual ticket not only to the event, but also to a limited sneak preview day on March 5 and a 2-week on-demand period March 7-21.

At the sneak preview, you’ll be able to familiarize yourself with the show environment and download informational materials ahead of time.

The on-demand period lets you come back to the show at your leisure to collect the materials you gathered or review presentations and other information. Plus, if you know you won’t be available on event day, register anyway to attend the show during the on-demand period.

Chat-with-recruiter functionality will only be available on event day.

Exhibitors The following agencies will be participating in the IC Virtual Career Fair:

  • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
  • Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
  • FBI Language Services Section
  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • National Security Agency (NSA)
  • National Virtual Translation Center (NVTC)

Accessibility If you are unable to attend the IC Virtual Career Fair, or have difficulty with some components of the virtual environment using accessibility software (e.g., screen reading software, live-captioning services), please visit the agency Web sites listed above for more information and to apply online.

IC agencies are Equal Opportunity Employers. All applicants for employment are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or status as a parent.



Visit http://www.USAJobZoo.com or http://USADefenseIndustryJobs.com for all of your job search needs. Both are IntelligenceCareers.com websites.

Facebook Users Take a Sharp Turn Toward Privacy – Trends in Facebook Usage

NEW YORK, NY /PRNewswire/ — On a social network where it is possible to share personal information with 850 million people worldwide, users are increasingly opting to do just the opposite. A study of 1.4 million Facebook members indicates a dramatic rise in demand for privacy, with the number of users choosing to hide their friend list up more than 200 percent over a 15-month period.  The research also reveals stronger privacy preferences among women and members with higher incomes.

Keith Ross, the Leonard J. Shustek Professor of Computer Science at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly), led the study as part of an ongoing inquiry into Internet privacy leaks and trends.

Ross and co-investigators Ratan Dey and Zubin Jelveh — both doctoral candidates at NYU-Poly — crawled the public profile pages of 1.4 million Facebook users in New York City in March 2010 and June 2011, noting which aspects of the profile were accessible and which were hidden.  The public profile is the page displayed when viewing the profile of someone with whom the searcher is not a designated Facebook friend. The amount of information available on the public page can be adjusted according to user preferences.

In March 2010, 17 percent of users in the sample hid their friend list from their public profile. Just 15 months later, 53 percent of users opted to make that list private.  Other aspects of the profile, including age, high school name and graduation year, network, relationship, gender, interests, hometown and current city, were also hidden with greater frequency in the later survey. In 2010, only 12 percent of the sampled users hid personal information in all of these categories. By 2011, that number jumped to 33 percent.

Ross credits a combination of social and policy factors for the shift in privacy preferences. “During the time of our research, Facebook implemented a major redesign in its privacy options, partly due to pressure generated by a huge uptick in media stories about the vulnerabilities of revealing personal information online,” explains Ross. “We believe that greater sensitivity and public awareness of privacy issues, combined with easier privacy options on Facebook, spurred more members to protect their information.”

Ross and his collaborators used information from the public profiles to extrapolate additional data points about Facebook users’ privacy preferences. Women in both samples were more private than men — as of June 2011, 55 percent of women restricted their personal information, versus 49 percent of men.

Data analysis also points to a potential correlation between income and privacy. Users in the wealthiest areas of New York, Manhattan specifically, were likeliest to hide their personal information. Among the other boroughs, Staten Island ranked second in privacy, followed by Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens.

While the profiles studied do not represent a random sample, the diverse demographics of New York City lead the researchers to believe that the increased privacy demands are indicative of general trends in the country and perhaps globally. To the authors’ knowledge, this is the largest analysis of Facebook users’ privacy preferences.

Ross will present these findings next month at the IEEE International Workshop on Security and Social Networking in Lugano, Switzerland.

About Polytechnic Institute of New York University

Polytechnic Institute of New York University (formerly Polytechnic University), an affiliate of New York University, is a comprehensive school of engineering, applied sciences, technology and research, and is rooted in a 158-year tradition of invention, innovation and entrepreneurship: i-squared-e. The institution, founded in 1854, is the nation’s second-oldest private engineering school. In addition to its main campus in New York City at MetroTech Center in downtown Brooklyn, it also offers programs at sites throughout the region and around the globe. Globally, NYU-Poly has programs in Israel, China and is an integral part of NYU’s campus in Abu Dhabi. For more information, visit www.poly.edu.

SOURCE  Polytechnic Institute of New York University

CONTACT: Kathleen Hamilton,  hamilton@poly.edu

Web Site: http://www.poly.edu

Top-15 North American Bank Selects March Networks for $2.2 Million Video Surveillance Expansion

OTTAWA, Canada /PRNewswire/ – March Networks(®) (TSX: MN), a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, today announced it has received orders totaling more than $2 million from a financial institution ranked among the top 15 largest in North America. The orders extend the bank’s current March Networks installation to more than 1,000 retail banking branches and include hybrid 4000 C Series NVRs and Visual Intelligence software.

The bank continues to deploy the financial solution to ensure the efficient centralized management of its extensive video surveillance network and to more effectively reduce losses from ATM skimming and other fraudulent activity.

“We are pleased to announce new business with this leading financial customer, and look forward to providing the scalable software and business intelligence applications it requires to achieve a significant return on its investment,” said Peter Strom, President and CEO, March Networks.

The financial institution plans to pilot the company’s Searchlight banking analytics software. The applications layer additional fraud detection and investigation capabilities onto the surveillance systems to significantly cut losses from ATM skimming, cash harvesting and other theft. The March Networks Searchlight((TM)) portfolio includes Financial Transaction Investigation, which synchronizes ATM and teller transaction records with high-quality video to streamline case management and investigator performance. It also includes powerful Skimming Detection, Image Tracker and License Plate Tracker applications that enable banks to proactively detect fraudulent activity at ATMs and strengthen case evidence quickly by correlating facial images, transaction information and license plate data.

More than 450 banks and credit unions worldwide currently use March Networks’ Financial Solutions to improve security, fraud investigation and operational efficiency. The company is the #1 provider of banking video surveillance systems in the Americas, according to a recent industry report by IMS Research.

About March Networks

March Networks(®) (TSX:MN) is a leading provider of intelligent IP video solutions. For more than a decade, the company has helped some of the world’s largest commercial and government organizations transition from traditional CCTV to advanced surveillance technologies used for security, loss prevention, risk mitigation and operational efficiency. Its highly scalable and easy to use Command((TM)) video management platform incorporates a web-based client interface to enable rapid system deployment and complete system control. It is complemented by the company’s portfolio of high-definition IP cameras, encoders, video analytics and hybrid recorders, as well as outstanding professional and managed services. March Networks systems are delivered through an extensive distribution and partner network in more than 50 countries. For more information, please visit http://www.marchnetworks.com

*MARCH NETWORKS, March Networks Command, March Networks Searchlight and the MARCH NETWORKS logo are trademarks of March Networks Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


Erica Miskew
March Networks

Ken Taylor
March Networks