On 15 July 2014, Mr. Cal Carnes spoke on the “Insider Threat.” To ensure the audience understood the various nuances associated with this threat, he provided an in depth definition of this threat, Russian Trade Craft, and the motivations associated with these moles. Of the many moles that he cited, he chose to elaborate on four that he had known personally. He discussed in detail the time line of the insiders’ activities, how they connected with their handlers, and what tradecrafts were employed. Also, he discussed damage assessments, how they were caught, their personality, and how many books have been written about them. Finally, he presented the various insider detection programs.
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About Mr. Cal Carnes
His work in intelligence began in January 1968 at Arlington Hall Station where he worked Military Capabilities. In 1972 he worked at the National Photographic Interpretation Center and in 1974 he moved to the Military Intelligence Center at the Pentagon. After this time he worked counterintelligence issues at the Soviet/Warsaw Pact Division, DIA Counterintelligence Division, FBI and Naval Investigative Service. Cal retired from the Army 902d MI Group in 2001 after working for the Army Counterintelligence Center. As a defense contractor, he worked for the Defense HUMINT Service and the Counterintelligence Field Activity. He is now a part-time independent contractor for the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy and the Joint Military Attaché School as a role player. He holds master degrees from Georgetown University in National Security Studies and the National Intelligence College.