Cleared Contractor? Ready For Change?
‘Insider Threats‘ are the basis of the National Insider Threat Policy and Minimum Standards for Executive Branch Insider Threat Programs issued by the White House in November 2012. This provided Departments and Agencies with the minimum elements necessary to establish effective insider threat programs. For cleared industry, implementation of the National Insider Threat Policy will be outlined in the anticipated Conforming Change 2 of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM). Will your company be ready for these changes?
During this edition of GovConChat™, Broderick Franklin, ISP provides answers to questions about these upcoming changes:
- What is Conforming Change 2? To whom does it apply to and when will it go into effect?
- Are these substantive changes that will require companies to invest more resources? Will it be just a matter of training to bring existing staff up to speed?
- What should companies and their FSO/CSSOs be doing today?
How Will Your Company Handle an Insider Threat?
Friday, November 7, 2014/8:00AM to Noon/Columbia, MD
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- Protection of National Intelligence (http://www.ncix.gov/publications/policy/docs/ICD_700-Protection_of_National_Intelligence.pdf),
- DSS Counterintelligence (http://www.dss.mil/ci/index.html)
- FBI Counterintelligence (http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/counterintelligence)
- NCMS – The Society of Industrial Security Professionals (https://www.classmgmt.com/home/index.asp)
Broderick Franklin, ISP, InfoTek Corporation
Broderick began his career in the security field in 1997 as a Security Forces Policeman in the United States Air Force where he attained the rank of Technical Sergeant prior to his honorable discharge in 2007. In the four years prior to separating from the Air Force he served as Chief of Security managing DoD Personnel and Information Security programs.
Following his military service he became the Security Awareness Instructor at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) where he developed “Security 101” which was the first security course to be accredited by the NGA College. His efforts at NGA helped shape and embrace the importance of shared responsibility for security and contributed to reducing security complacency within the agency.
As an employee of InfoTek Corporation, Broderick currently serves as CSSO for Microsoft where he has developed creative solutions to manage a comprehensive security program while demonstrating return on investment in a budget constrained, fast changing and stringent security environment. His role with Microsoft has Broderick addressing 21st century security challenges while providing efficient, cost effective solutions to balance security with the right application of controls, dramatically improving the organization’s business.
Broderick is an active member of the National Classification Management Society and Industrial Security Working Group.
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