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Insider Threat Training

Insider Threat Training

Just download and present. This training presentation includes notes that a presenter can read word for word, or tailor to the needs of the enterprise. Insider threat training is is designed to complement the required Insider Threat Training Program.

Updated for NISPOM Change 2 requirements

The NISPOM has identified the following requirements to establish an Insider Threat Program:

  • Designate an Insider Threat senior official
  • Establish an Insider Threat Program / Self-certify the Implementation Plan in writing to DSS.
  • Establish an Insider Threat Program group
  • Provide Insider Threat training
  • Monitor classified network activity
  • Gather, integrate, and report relevant and credible information; detect insiders posing risk to classified information; and mitigate insider threat risk
  • Conduct self-inspections of Insider Threat Program

Red Bike Publishing’s intent is to help companies train their employees and our product is priced based on size of organization. Please order according to your organization’s size. For simplicity please select number of items based on the number of employees to be trained.

For 1-100 employees, select select “1” in the quantity box.

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This training is designed to meet NISPOM with Change 2 requirements. Here’s what’s included:

This insider threat training will address current and potential threats in the work and personal environment and includes:

  • The importance of detecting potential insider threats by cleared employees and reporting suspected activity to the insider threat program designee
  • Methodologies of adversaries to recruit trusted insiders and collect classified information, in particular within ISs
  • Indicators of insider threat behavior, and procedures to report such behavior
  • Counterintelligence and security reporting requirements, as applicable

Here is why this training is important; employees must receive training prior to receiving access to classified information.

Requirements PRIOR to the recent changes to NISPOM:

  • The FSO provided initial security training and annual refresher training
  • The holder of classified information validated an employee’s access (clearance level) and need to know

ADDITIONAL Requirements AFTER the NISPOM with Change 2 updates:

  • The FSO demonstrates that cleared employees have completed ITP awareness training before being granted access to classified information, and annually thereafter

This training can be conducted in concert with existing training or stand alone.

Key Definitions:

Insider – Cleared contractor personnel with authorized access to any Government or contractor resource, including personnel, facilities, information, equipment, networks, and systems.

  • Authorized
  • Security clearance
  • Need to Know

Insider Threat – The likelihood, risk, or potential that an insider will use his or her authorized access, wittingly or unwittingly, to do harm to the national security of the United States.

Because of the authorized access to classified information an insider can cause accidental and malicious damage to national security that may not otherwise be easily detected.

Insider threats may include:

  • Harm to contractor
  • Harm to program information
  • Insider threats impact the contractor or agency’s obligations to protect classified national security information


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