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The final iteration of the NITTF Insider Threat Hub Ops course was held on September 14-15, 2021. There will no longer be a virtual or an in-person version of the course. NITTF will continue to advocate for insider threat training opportunities that professionalize the insider threat workforce. Please see advisory announcing the sunset of the Insider Threat Hub Ops course and the CDSE eLearning courses listed below that are available for training the insider threat community via direct link ( NITTF Directives & Advisories ).

 

NITTF Endorsed Workforce Training

 

Virtual Insider Threat Detection Analysis Course:

 

 NITTF has partnered with DITMAC and DIA’s Joint Military Intelligence Training Center (JMITC) to extend enrollment in the Virtual Insider Threat Detection Analysis course to all Executive Branch departments and agencies at no cost. This course is designed for all federal insider threat program analysts from Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC), and Non-Title 50 (NT-50) communities.

 

Specifically, this course provides entry level Counter-Insider Threat Analysts the ability to apply critical thinking skills and applicable structured analytic techniques to potential insider threat indicators as learners obtain and use holistic data in conjunction with the application of critical pathway theory. Participants will apply Executive Order, Department of Defense, and IC
authorities to gather this holistic data while they ensure constitutional and privacy rights are maintained. Participants will execute the appropriate processes for conducting and reporting insider threat response actions from intake of an initial potential threat to mitigation of the threat.
Additionally, students will be able to disclose mandated counterintelligence and criminal activity information to the appropriate agency/office.

 

Please contact Don Parnell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 540-760-5715 to register. Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 course schedule is as follows:

 

FY22 SCHEDULE:

 

Date
October 25 - 29, 2021
December 6 - 10, 2021 
January 24 - 28, 2022
March 7 - 11, 2022
May 16 - 20, 2022
June 6 - 10, 2022
July 18 - 22, 2022
August 15 - 19, 2022

 

 

 

Insider Threat Catalog:

   

Additional training materials for insider threat practitioners including job aids, webinars, videos and other performance support tools are available at the CDSE Insider Threat Toolkit. There are 15 eLearning courses to choose from as follows:

 

Insider Threat Awareness Course INT 101.16
Establishing an Insider Threat Program for Your Organization INT122.16
Developing a Multidisciplinary Insider Threat Capability INT201.16
Insider Threat Mitigation Responses INT210.16
Preserving Investigative and Operational Viability in Insider Threat INT220.16
Insider Threat Records Checks INT230.16
Insider Threat Basic Hub Operations INT240.16
Critical Thinking for Insider Threat Analysts INT250.16
Insider Threat Privacy and Civil Liberties INT260.16
Maximizing Organizational Trust INT270.16
Cyber Insider Threat INT280.16
Behavioral Science in Insider Threat INT290.16
Continuous Monitoring Course CS200.16
Counterintelligence Concerns for National Security Adjudicators CI020.16
Unauthorized Disclosure (UD) of Classified Information and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) IF130.16

 

Awareness materials for the general workforce of USG and private sector organizations may also be found at the CDSE site and the mobile application “Insider Threat Sentry” which is available for free download at the Apple App or Google Play stores for iOS and Android.

 

  

External Learning Modules

 

NITTF features an insider threat training module developed by one of our Intelligence Community partners. This training addresses a variety of insider threat matters such as leaks, spills, espionage, sabotage, and targeted violence.

 

NITTF also features a mental wellness training module. This training was developed by the Office of Intelligence Community Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity to explain challenges our workforce may endure if they are experiencing mental health issues. While there are times when behaviors of security concern overlap with mental disorders and require further review, the overwhelming reason for an employee to visit an agency’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is to have an objective, trained professional help sort out generally temporary and minor emotional problems.

 

Any Given Day – An Insider Threat Short (8 minute video):

 

Any Given Day Training Video

Any Given Day (VIDEO) is an 8-minute video that was produced to enhance insider threat education and awareness.  It highlights the balance between collecting information and privacy concerns, and presents a side of insider threat programs that is not often considered: protecting national security at the human level.  Executive Order 13587 focuses on safeguarding classified networks and classified information, but it's not just about information, it's also about protecting people.  NITTF encourages inclusion of this video in your existing training plan for your workforce.
 
 
 

 

 

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