Security-Cleared professionals in cybersecurity.
A few weeks ago, security clearance holders started getting emails that looked like they came from the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) that referenced the collection of information needed from them on an “SF-86F” (which does not exist) or SF86. In reality, it is a sophisticated malicious phishing email
Online dating sites are a popular way for people to search out and meet others for dating and socializing. As is usually the case, there are also those who exploit the originally intended use of the sites for more nefarious purposes. Scammers use legitimate dating sites to make contact with
One of the more popular articles we’ve published at ClearanceJobs.com is ‘How to Prevent a Vindictive Ex From Tanking Your Security Clearance.’ It did so well, we turned it into a popular YouTube video, as well. I don’t want to speculate as to the marriages of the average clearance holder,
The Cold War days of spies using microfilms, dead drops, and disappearing ink are long gone. Now they use cell phones, laptop computers, and remotely injected malware to steal information. As evidenced by stories about hackers and IT security breaches in the news every day, IT technology is a major