December 2016 memo signed by the Undersecretary for Intelligence and Analysis and Undersecretary of Management expanding the scope of the DHS Insider Threat Program beyond the protection of classified information to include threats posed by all DHS employees.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) Under Secretary Francis Taylor, U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Assistant Commandant for Intelligence Rear Admiral Robert Hayes, and DHS Directorate for Management (MGMT) Office of the Chief Security Officer, Chief Security Officer Rich McComb address DHS’ counterintelligence and insider threat strategies and implementation.
S&T Insider Threat project develops solutions that compliment and expand capabilities of existing commercial insider threat tools and furthers insider threat research.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Office of Security Operations Deputy Assistant Administrator Darby LaJoye addresses TSA’s role in airport access control and, in particular, aviation worker credentialing at the Nation’s airports.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator Peter Neffenger addresses his threefold approach to meet TSA’s core mission of securing the Nation’s transportation system and the people who use those systems.
Today, I am announcing that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will take additional steps to address the potential insider threat vulnerability at U.S. airports. These steps follow a 90-day Aviation Security Advisory Committee (ASAC) comprehensive review conducted at my request in January 2015. I also asked the ASAC to identify other trends to determine if additional risk-based security measures, resource reallocations, new investments or policy changes are necessary.