In 2017, Security Executive Agent Directive 3 (SEAD 3) established a requirement for cleared individuals to report other cleared individuals suspected of foreign associations, and illegal or otherwise suspicious activities. In Access Commander®, suspicious contacts – who may be of domestic origin – can now be reported and filed alongside foreign contacts.
Consistent with the DCSA’s emphasis on counterintelligence and Insider Threats, the Suspicious Contacts Reporting module allows the employees in your organization to play their part in bringing potential indicators of malicious behavior to the surface for analysis and easy reference.
The Suspicious Contact Reporting module saves reported details – including the associated employee and contextual information – to a centralized database, allowing them to be accessed by the Suspicious Contacts Module.
Start recording incidents from day one.
Find patterns and subdue threats before any losses occur.
Keep your contract fully compliant with 32 CFR Part 117, NISPOM Rule, and CI.