“STRATFOR” [PODCAST LINK BELOW]
“In TO CATCH A SPY, James Olson, the former chief of CIA counterintelligence, calls on the United States to do a better job stopping threats from Chinese, Russian, and Cuban spy services.
Olson shared some of his own spy secrets with Stratfor’s Chief Security Officer Fred Burton.”
“What does it take to spot a spy? Not the old trenchcoat-wearing, cloak-and-dagger caricature of a Cold War-era secret agent, but the modern spy — the insider, perhaps — who can take down a business or betray a government with a digital weapon.
We hear a lot about how global corporations and modern governments are vulnerable to intrusion, even from their own employees. But what does a spy look like and how can he or she be caught?
In To Catch a Spy, The Art of Counterintelligence, James Olson, a former chief of counterintelligence at the CIA, says the United States needs to do a better job at stopping threats from Chinese, Russian and Cuban spy services. Olson shared some of his own spy secrets with Stratfor Chief Security Officer Fred Burton.”