From the Fall 2016 Issue

Three Steps to Implementing an Insider Threat Program

Raj Ananthanpillai
CEO | IDentrix

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THERE ARE MAJOR CHANGES ON THE HORIZON FOR GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS WHO WORK WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.
There are major changes on the horizon for government contractors who work with the Department of Defense.

By the end of November, the new Defense Security Service (DSS) NISPOM Change 2 will impact DoD contractors, requiring them to have a written program in place to deal with insider threats. These programs must be able to deter, detect, and mitigate insider threats before they can become a risk to classified information. This includes reporting relevant and credible information covered by any of . . .

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