"Sensitive security information (SSI) is a category of sensitive but unclassified information under the United States government's information sharing and control rules. SSI plays a crucial role in all types of security. It is information obtained in the conduct of security activities which, if publicly disclosed, would constitute an unwarranted in
PERSPECTIVE. The History of SSI. Terms and Definitions. The Importance of SSI. The History of the SSI Classification System. ESPIONAGE AND SECURITY BREACHES. The History of Spies and Espionage. Espionage and Psychology. Spies and Espionage. Social Engineering and Countermeasures. Deception Detection. PERSONAL INFORMATION SECURITY. Home Computer Security. Security while Traveling. SECURITY WITHIN BUSINESS. Securing Business SSI. ANSI Standards. Corporate National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Cybersecurity. GOVERNMENT SECURITY NEEDS. The Intelligence Process. The Law and Homeland Security. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Structure. LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS. Government Laws. Government and HIPAA. National Industrial Security Program (NISP). Sensitive but Unclassified (SBU) Information Control Procedures. Operation Security: A Law Enforcement Concern. Camera Surveillance. Eavesdropping Threats and IP Phone Systems. Facility Security. IDENTITY THEFT. Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act. Identity Theft Red Flags under FACTA. Development and Implementation of a Red Flags Prevention Program.