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The Defense Security Service (DSS) is planning a completely new way of thinking about industrial security and the NISPOM. Are you ready? The infographic below highlights a few things cleared federal contractors need to do to begin adapting to "DSS in Transition" (DiT).

In its May 2017 newsletter, DSS told us:

The world is rapidly changing and the Defense Security Service (DSS) is changing, too. Where the agency once concentrated on schedule-driven National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) compliance, DSS is now moving to an intelligence-led, asset-focused, and threat-driven approach to industrial security oversight.

Wondering what you should do about it? Check out the graphic below for a few tips. 

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Topics: insider threat, NISPOM Conforming Change 2, User News

John Dillard

Written by John Dillard

John is the Founder and CEO of ThreatSwitch, and has worn many hats including CIA Analyst, Navy Officer, and Facility Security Officer. He is an author and speaker on security subjects nationwide.