What does Industrial Security?
Definition(s): The portion of internal security that refers to the protection of industrial installations, resources, utilities, materials, and classified information essential to protect from loss or damage.
What are the 5 cognizant security agencies?
These agencies are the Department of Defense, the department of Energy, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
What are the five executive branch agencies designated as a CSA?
Five USG executive branch agencies—DoD, DOE, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)—have been designated as Cognizant Security Agencies (CSAs) and have specific responsibilities within the NISP.
Why do we study Industrial Security?
Industrial security is a concept that refers to a series of security activities that protect resources and minimize risk and loss to prevent leakage of key technologies and confidential information at the enterprise level, and affect national problems as well.
What is the Daapm?
This Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) Assessment and Authorization Process Manual (DAAPM) is intended for use by cleared contractors participating in the National Industrial Security Program (NISP).
Who does the NISP apply to?
DCSA administers the NISP on behalf of the Department of Defense and 33 other federal agencies. There are approximately 12,500 contractor facilities that are cleared for access to classified information under DCSA’s security oversight responsibilities.
Is the Nispom going away?
32 Code of Federal Regulation Part 117, NISPOM is now in effect. Cleared contractors under DOD cognizance must implement and comply within six months. The NISPOM rule at 32 CFR Part 117, “National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual,” became effective on February 24, 2021.