counterespionage


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counterespionage

activities designed to detect and counteract enemy espionage
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ERII today announced registration is open for the 2016 Annual ERII Counterespionage Conference, an annual gathering of worldwide technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), counterintelligence and counterespionage professionals.
companies, and offers advice on developing a corporate counterespionage program.
Steve Pelak, the Justice Department's counterespionage chief, said, "They are professional, studied procurement agents and shippers.
In the field of Negative Intelligence, MI-3 Section (Counter-Espionage in the Military Service) personnel prepared official instructional materials on counterespionage subjects and disseminated them to the newly created Corps of Intelligence Police (CIP).
Indeed, she is most frequently seen in bed, for example "sleeping soundly" through Philip's extended conversation with the hotel manager (16),"go[ing] back to sleep for just a little while longer" after waking for breakfast and conversation (26), pushed by Philip "toward the bed" in a protective gesture when the Loyalist soldier is shot in Philip's room (33), eating breakfast in bed, reading in bed, lying in bed with Philip while she wears her new silver fox cape,15 "asleep in bed" when Philip and Max discuss the initial failure of their counterespionage plan (55).
Martin, who supervised the case as chief of the Justice Department's Counterespionage Division, said that the country in question was Australia.
In their article on the conceptual structuring of the intelligence and counterintelligence processes, Duvenage and Hough explore the question of whether existing postulations of the intelligence process accommodate counterintelligence and counterespionage processes sufficiently.
Ian Holm starred as Bernard Samson, a counterespionage agent who had been retired to desk-duty but who was reactivated to save a secret agency he had set up - the Brahms Network.
They] came to Istanbul regularly on business for their superiors, who apparently headed important economic departments and espionage and counterespionage departments as well.
He stressed that Hizbullah is "immune" to infiltration by Israel, boasting that his group has the biggest counterespionage agency in Lebanon.
The first was HUMINT (human intelligence), made up of positive intelligence, counterintelligence, and counterespionage, and the second was CA (covert action), consisting of propaganda and political action operations, which, at their most potent, involved regime change.
how the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a relatively small investigative agency within the Department of Justice, evolved from a law enforcement agency with virtually no counterespionage mandate into the United States' first organized, sustained counterespionage service; then into the first counterintelligence service; and then into the first civilian foreign intelligence service (1).