Podcast: We chat with Erik Kleinsmith – a member of a cold-case investigation team that believes it has identified the real D.B. Cooper.
Glynn Cosker talks to AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz about her surveillance career in the military, government, and as a private investigator.
Counterintelligence is a difficult endeavor in the best of times and the U.S. still has a long way to go to perfecting a comprehensive strategy.
How will the decapitation of Iran’s covert military arm affect its operations? Will it change its targets, its methods of operation (MO), or its capability to operate against American interests in the Middle East and worldwide?
CIA Secretly Owned Global Encryption Provider, Built Backdoors, Spied On 100+ Foreign Governments: Report
For decades, it is alleged that U.S. intelligence agencies – including the CIA – were able to read encrypted communications.
Even with the latest technology at the fingertips of an analyst, it important to remember that intelligence collection remains an art.
Intelligence — whether you look at it as a community, business, or profession — is inextricably bound by secrecy and security.
Employees have an inherent responsibility to protect the privacy of their company’s data for business reasons, but also for national security reasons.
It's time to provide the U.S. intelligence community with the counterintelligence tools, resources, and leadership to adequately meet the threat of Chinese spying.
On Wednesday, Oct. 2, the International Spy Museum held its fourth annual “Mother, Daughter, Sister, Spy” panel in Washington, D.C.