Counterintelligence

National Security and Counterintelligence in the Era of Cyber Espionage  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by readerXXI at March 19, 2018
National Security and Counterintelligence in the Era of Cyber Espionage

National Security and Counterintelligence in the Era
of Cyber Espionage

by Eugenie de Silva
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1466696613 | 338 Pages | PDF | 6.87 MB
A Threat of the First Magnitude: FBI Counterintelligence & Infiltration From the Communist Party to the Revolutionary Union

A Threat of the First Magnitude: FBI Counterintelligence & Infiltration From the Communist Party to the Revolutionary Union — 1962-1974 by Aaron Leonard
English | January 18th, 2018 | ASIN: B077K77L2T, ISBN: 1910924725 | 321 pages | EPUB | 11.64 MB

"Sometime in the late fall/early winter of 1962, a document began circulating among members of the Communist Party USA based in the Chicago area, titled “Whither the Party of Lenin.” It was signed “The Ad Hoc Committee for Scientific Socialist Line.” This was not the work of factionally inclined CP comrades, but rather something springing from the counter-intelligence imagination of the FBI.

The Anatomy of Counterintelligence: European Perspective  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at Oct. 31, 2017
The Anatomy of Counterintelligence: European Perspective

The Anatomy of Counterintelligence: European Perspective
Bentham | English | 2016 | ISBN-10: 1681084120 | 160 pages | PDF | 5.67 mb

by Iztok Podbregar (Author, Editor)
The Code of Trust: An American Counterintelligence Expert's Five Rules to Lead and Succeed

Robin Dreeke, Cameron Stauth, "The Code of Trust: An American Counterintelligence Expert's Five Rules to Lead and Succeed"
ASIN: B01MR6ZBOI, ISBN: 1250093465 | 2017 | AZW3 | 372 pages | 972 KB
The Code of Trust: An American Counterintelligence Expert's Five Rules to Lead and Succeed [Audiobook]

The Code of Trust: An American Counterintelligence Expert's Five Rules to Lead and Succeed [Audiobook] by Joe Navarro, Robin Dreeke, Cameron Stauth
English | August 8th, 2017 | ASIN: B073V6K21G, ISBN: 1427286183 | MP3@64 kbps | 9 hrs 27 mins | 260.02 MB
Narrator: Robin Dreeke

This audibook is read by the author, with a forward read by Joe Navarro. Robin Dreeke is a 28-year veteran of federal service, including the United States Naval Academy and the United States Marine Corps. He served most recently as a senior agent in the FBI, with 20 years of experience.

Terrorism and Counterintelligence: How Terrorist Groups Elude Detection  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at Sept. 5, 2015
Terrorism and Counterintelligence: How Terrorist Groups Elude Detection

Terrorism and Counterintelligence: How Terrorist Groups Elude Detection by Blake W. Mobley
English | 2012 | ISBN: 0231158769 | 352 pages | PDF | 2,7 MB
Man Who Never Was: World War II's Boldest Counterintelligence Operation (Repost)

Ewen Montagu, "Man Who Never Was: World War II's Boldest Counterintelligence Operation"
English | ISBN: 1557504482 | 2001 | EPUB | 160 pages | 2 MB

State Department Counterintelligence: Leaks, Spies, and Lies  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at June 29, 2016
State Department Counterintelligence: Leaks, Spies, and Lies

Robert David Booth, "State Department Counterintelligence: Leaks, Spies, and Lies"
ISBN: 1612542158 | 2014 | EPUB/AZW | 408 pages | 2 MB/2 MB
Espionage and Counterintelligence in Occupied Persia (Iran): The Success of the Allied Secret Services, 1941-45

Adrian O'Sullivan, "Espionage and Counterintelligence in Occupied Persia (Iran): The Success of the Allied Secret Services, 1941-45"
2016 | ISBN-10: 1137555564 | 293 pages | PDF | 2 MB
There's Something Happening Here: The New Left, the Klan, and FBI Counterintelligence (Repost)

There's Something Happening Here: The New Left, the Klan, and FBI Counterintelligence by David Cunningham
Publisher: University of California Press | 2004 | ISBN: 0520239970 | 382 pages | PDF | 7,7 MB

Using over twelve thousand previously classified documents made available through the Freedom of Information Act, David Cunningham uncovers the riveting inside story of the FBI's attempts to neutralize political targets on both the Right and the Left during the 1960s. Examining the FBI's infamous counterintelligence programs (COINTELPROs) against suspected communists, civil rights and black power advocates, Klan adherents, and antiwar activists, he questions whether such actions were aberrations or are evidence of the bureau's ongoing mission to restrict citizens' right to engage in legal forms of political dissent.