counterespionage


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counterespionage

activities designed to detect and counteract enemy espionage
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Each year we look forward to demonstrations of new and innovate products, presentations by TSCM and counterespionage experts from around the globe, as well as networking with our esteemed colleagues.
But even though China's Ministry of State Security indicated that one reason it drafted the new Counterespionage Law was to bring the original law into line with this subsequent legislation, it is striking how much of the spirit and the letter of the original law has changed very little or not at all.
companies, and offers advice on developing a corporate counterespionage program.
After years of experience and specialization in the global counterespionage industry, LeaSure was alarmed at the rapid growth of data breaches in the US healthcare industry.
Upon the request of commander Esterhazy from the French military counterespionage, Simonini forges another document revealing information about the French armament which leads to the Dreyfus Affair and to the wrongful conviction for treason of Captain Alfred Dreyfus in 1894.
In the narrower field of counterespionage, rather than the full counterintelligence agenda of understanding the intelligence structures, capabilities, and operations of foreign services, unique ethical issues arise.
Although Paul embraced counterespionage work first, he tended to cede the spotlight to his wife.
We created the FBI's new National Security Branch to bring together divisions responsible for counterterrorism and intelligence and counterespionage, and we made similar institutional reforms in establishing the National Security Division at the Department of Justice.
Without the actual power the popes have possessed, neither the Holy Alliance nor the counterespionage unit Sodalitium Pianum would exist [another diversion].
The official, identified as the general director of the counterespionage section of Iran's Intelligence Ministry, said the CIA spent about $32 million on the plot but did not provide further details.
Hastedt uses historical examples to show how terrorism has made counterespionage crucial to the safety of our citizens and what can happen when we get it wrong.