homeland security investigations
"On June 28, 2012, Kelly M. Sullivan and David Tsang, FBI agents with the Los Angeles County Counterintelligence Division, approached Dr. Troian and told her that there had been several security breaches at JPL. They told her that Dr. Gat was a focus of a larger investigation involving ITAR violations and possibly espionage, and asked her for information pertaining to his activities” see most wanted (stolper caltech).
NY Times Counter Intelligence
- Obama to Name Retired General to Top Spy Post
- Pentagon Is Expected to Close Intelligence Unit
- Operation Merrimac
- Pentagon Intelligence Chief Proposes Ending a Database
- Cheney Defends Efforts to Obtain Records
- Military Expands Intelligence Role in U.S.
- Military Documents Hold Tips on Antiwar Activities
- Report Spells Out Abuses by Former Congressman
- Pentagon Officials Quit at Agency Linked to Bribes
- Prosecutor probing secret Argentine-Iran deal ‘feared for life’
- More on Russian citizens charged with espionage by the FBI
- US busts Russian spy ring, charges three with espionage
- Links revealed between UK spy agencies and Gaddafi-era Libya
- Mossad breaks with Israeli PM, cautions against new Iran sanctions
- Argentine prosecutor probing Israeli embassy bombing found dead
- UK spies intercepted emails from top European, American media
- Sri Lanka expels Indian spy official for meddling in elections
- Canadian arbitrator sides with agency that fired spy-in-training
- German who spied for CIA stole list of 3,500 German spies’ names
- News you may have missed #887 (Anglosphere edition)
- Western intelligence points to new Syrian nuclear plant: report
- Opinion: Paris attackers bring Mideast urban warfare to Europe
- North Korean hackers operating secretly in China, says defector
- Hezbollah official admits group ‘battling espionage’ in its ranks
Recent FBI Foreign Counter Intelligence Press -- homeland security investigations
04.14.14 Students Abroad Warned of Foreign Intelligence Threat
College students studying overseas warned of foreign intelligence recruitment threat.
03.07.14 Naval Espionage: Stopping a Dangerous Insider Threat
After 20 years of service, a U.S. sailor aimed to sell top secret information to the Russians.
04.26.13 Soldier Receives 16-Year Sentence for Attempted Espionage
The case of a military police officer who tried to sell classified documents to the Russians.
01.25.13 A Byte Out of History: The Alger Hiss Story
The espionage case of Alger Hiss, who was convicted 63 years ago this month.
11.27.12 Teaching Industry How to Protect Trade Secrets and National Security
Teaching industry how to protect trade secrets and national security.
05.11.12 How to Spot a Possible Insider Threat
Economic espionage is a significant threat to our country’s economic health and security.
12.29.11 The Year in Review, Part 2
A look back at cases, from cyber and hate crimes to public corruption and fraud schemes.
11.17.11 Director Describes New National Security Landscape
Director Mueller lays out challenges posed by terrorists, spies, and hackers.
11.04.11 Counterintelligence National Strategy: A Blueprint for Protecting U.S. Secrets
Our blueprint for preventing and investigating intelligence activities on U.S. soil.
10.31.11 Operation Ghost Stories: Inside the Russian Spy Case
Photos, videos, and documents released in the case of 10 Russian spies arrested in 2010.
08.02.11 Byte Out of History: Communist Agent Tells All
How a Communist Party member in the U.S. became one of the FBI’s greatest Cold War agents.