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The National Counterintelligence and Security Center provides effective leadership and support to the counterintelligence and security activities of the US Intelligence Community, the US Government, and US private sector entities who are at risk of intelligence collection or attack by foreign adversaries.


NCSC Mission
Web-based Training Course Descriptions
General Security Web-Based Training


Welcome to Security in the Intelligence Community (IC) - provides SCI-approved personnel with guidance on fundamental security concepts and their personal responsibilities. It introduces basic concepts needed to protect classified activities, procedures, systems, and facilities. This course is an introduction to security concepts for people who have just been granted a security clearance with SCI access.


Audience: People working within a SCI environment

Duration: 2.5 hours

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED

Pre-requisites: None

Updated: February 2011

Disclaimer - This website does not track your completion. If you require a certificate, please print it at the end of the course.


***Intelink Passport Required***


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IC Security Today provides SCI-approved personnel with a review of fundamental security concepts and their personal responsibilities. It reviews basic concepts needed to protect classified activities, procedures, systems, and facilities. It also focuses on changes within security in a post 9/11 world. This course is useful as a refresher for security practitioners.


Audience: All SCI-approved personnel

Duration: 3 hours 20 minutes

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED

Pre-requisites: TS/SCI and an initial security SCI briefing

Updated: July 2011

Disclaimer - This website does not track your completion. If you require a certificate, please print it at the end of the course.


***Intelink Passport Required***


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Unauthorized Disclosure Training


Unauthorized Disclosures of Classified Information defines unauthorized disclosures, the damage that they can cause, common misconceptions related to the disclosure of classified information, and the responsibilities of IC employees related to unauthorized disclosures. This course is based on the requirements specified under ICD 701.


Audience: All SCI-approved personnel

Duration: 30 minutes

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED

Pre-requisites: TS/SCI

Updated: September 2011

Disclaimer - This website does not track your completion. If you require a certificate, please print it at the end of the course. This course is also available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil if you wish to have your progress and completion saved.


***Intelink Passport Required***


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Unauthorized Disclosures of Classified Information - Supplement for Security Professionals builds upon the concepts presented in Unauthorized Disclosures of Classified Information. It provides security professionals the tools to effectively respond to issues related to unauthorized disclosures. The reporting responsibilities and requirements under ICD 701 are also explored.


Audience: Security professionals and their managers

Duration: 20 minutes

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

Pre-requisites: TS/SCI and must be a security professional

Updated: September 2011

Disclaimer - This website does not track your completion. If you require a certificate, please print it at the end of the course. This course is also available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil if you wish to have your progress and completion saved.


***Intelink Passport Required***


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Classification Management Training


NCSC's CAPCO division is pleased to announce the deployment of the Classification Management and IC Markings System Web-based training (WBT).  It was prepared in collaboration with the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) and Intelligence Community (IC) elements, and fulfills Executive Order (EO) 13526 training requirements for derivative classifiers, as well as IC markings system training as directed by Intelligence Community Directive 710.


The Classification Management and IC Markings System WBT focuses on derivative classification principles established in the EO, emphasizing the need to avoid over-classification.  Additional topics include classification levels, duration of classification, identification and markings, classification prohibitions and limitations, sanctions, classification challenges, security classification guides, and information sharing. 


CAPCO provides this WBT as a service to all recipients and authorized holders of National Security Information (NSI), and will be revised annually.   It is intended for all IC elements but also may be useful to employees (staff and contractors) of other U.S. Government agencies. 

Note:  Employees interested in taking the WBT should check with their security or classification management office(r) for agency-specific directions on the use of this course and verification of completion requirements.


Audience: All recipients and authorized holders of National Security Information (NSI)

Duration: 2 hours 5 minutes

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED

Pre-requisites: None

Updated: February 2012

Disclaimer - This website does not track your completion. If you require a certificate, please print it at the end of the course. This course is also available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil if you wish to have your progress and completion saved.


***Intelink Passport Required***


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Application of Dissemination Controls: Originator Control (ORCON)


This course is to provide direction and guidance for the application and use of the originator control markings (ORCON). This marking is used for the dissemination and extraction of information controlled by the originators.


Audience: Federal government civilians, military personnel and government contractors with responsibility for security and marking classified information. Also may be used for newly assigned SCI-access personnel or for an annual refresher training.

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

Pre-requisites: None

Updated: August 2014


This course is available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil if you wish to take this course.

 

 

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