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The C3i Group works with inter-agency partners and the security industry, collecting information intelligence related to risks emanating from cyberspace. We provide direction and leadership to ...

The C3i Group works with inter-agency partners and the security industry, collecting information intelligence related to risks emanating from cyberspace. We provide direction and leadership to industry, focusing on the intrinsic risks and threats posed by: potential shortcomings in the cyber information security infrastructure; actions of non-state actors, cyber- terrorists, and criminals; foreign business competitors and governments intent on illegitimately acquiring proprietary information and trade secrets.

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  • CENTRE FOR STRATEGIC CYBERSPACE + SECURITY SCIENCECSCSS CSCSS / CYBERSECURITY CYBERCRIME CYBER INTELLIGENCE GROUP C C3i DISCOVER. DEFEND. ENSURE.
  • The C3i Group facilitates open dialog, communication, and information sharing among key public-private entities enabling them to DISCOVER what is at cyber-counterintelligence risk, how to DEFEND against it, and how to ENSURE cyber-secure competitiveness in the digital global economy. As the threats to national-international security and economic growth increase and become more complex and global, members of intelligence communities, government agencies, and industry are working more closely together than ever before. We engage with a broad variety of national-international government agencies, public-private industry, and academic institutions to counter the extensive range of threats faced in cyberspace, and to ensure information assurance, protection, and freedom. The C3i Group brings together and leverages unique, highly complementary skills sets to take on an ever-increasing range of issues that encompass extremely technical international, cultural, socio-economic, and human intelligence facets. THE C3I GROUP is a national-international outreach venture providing strategic leadership in Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, and Cyber Intelligence. C C3i
  • Who We Work With The C3i Group works in collaboration with public-private industry, government, and academia, leveraging strategic interagency and international cyber-counterintelligence community partnerships to safeguard intellectual property (IP) and technologies which, if compromised, would dramatically impact innovation, competitive intelligence, and economic- national security. The C3i Group focuses on all aspects of computer crime and incident response including the provision of leadership pertaining to intrusion investigations, cybercrime law, digital forensics, and information assurance, as well as the research, development, testing, and evaluation of digital forensic tools. Through education, information, and collaboration, the C3i Group enables its partners to identify cyber-counterintelligence vulner-abilities within their organizations and increase their awareness of threats to organizational, economic, and national security. C3i Group - Targeting Campuses of Higher Education: Sensitive, Proprietary, and Classified Information and Intellectual Property Foreign and domestic businesses compete internationally and often leverage their intelligence assets to spy on other businesses or academic institutions in an effort to gain advantage in a fiercely competitive economic environment. Due to the open nature of academic institutions, and their involvement in cutting-edge research and development, they are often leading targets. To accomplish their goals, duplicitous or opportunistic actors or organizations may use a variety of methods such as: n Hacking/computer intrusions n Collection of sensitive research and development n Utilizing/recruiting students or visiting professors to collect information n Sending spies for language and cultural exchanges, training, or to establish credentials n Funding or establishing university research and development programs Some foreign governments provide information and resources, including competitive intelligence gathering and corporate espionage on behalf of their indigenous companies, as a way to promote the overall economic well-being of their country. Foreign intelligence services pursue restricted information and seek out people who have, or will eventually have, access to restricted information. Individual entrepreneurs may capitalize on opportunities to bring new technology or services to their country in order to fill a niche currently supplied by non-native companies. The open environment of campuses of higher education may be leveraged in order to: n Steal technical information or products n Bypass expensive research and development n Recruit individuals for espionage n Exploit the student visa program for improper purposes n Spread false information for political or other reasons In support of global academic initiatives, the C3i Group promotes communication and information sharing among key public-private entities, and generates positive continuous dialogue between security organizations, the cyber- counterintelligence community, national security partners, and the academic community regarding security issues and concerns. Our Roles and Responsibilities The C3i Group works with interagency partners and the security industry, collecting information intelligence related to risks emanating from cyberspace. We provide direction and leadership to industry, focusing on the intrinsic risks and threats posed by: potential shortcomings in the cyber information security infrastructure; actions of non-state actors, cyber- terrorists, and criminals; foreign business competitors and governments intent on illegitimately acquiring proprietary information and trade secrets. Ultimately, to protect and secure intellectual property (IP), C3i supports the prevention and detection of serious crime through: n Identifying threats and security opportunities early n Shaping security research and development to prevent threats from emerging n Development of significant intelligence relationships with the 'Five Eyes' (US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand) n Investing in security and business intelligence partners to develop practical programs, security capacity, and skills training All trademarks or registered trademarks are properties of their respective owners. Copyright © 2013 The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science. All rights reserved
  • How We Operate We work closely with a range of other agencies and organizations seeking to counter threats that can impact national and economic security. The C3i Group provides security guidance to a range of organizations focusing on: n Protecting key elements of the information infrastructure which are crucial to the continued delivery of essential services and national security n Preventing the loss, through espionage, of intellectual property and/or of sensitive information that could damage national and economic security and well-being n Advising companies and organizations possessing sought- after information, technologies, equipment, and/or intellectual property (IP) on how to protect their assets n Reducing the vulnerability of national critical infrastructure to cyber-terrorism and other threats n Cooperative efforts to utilize new and emerging technologies for securing private, governmental, and national critical infrastructure from a global perspective n Improving warning, defense, and response to the security challenges of tomorrow's cyber-environments The C3i Group provides key focus briefings pertaining to: n Cybercrime/Organized Crime/Cyber-Cartels n Intrusion Investigations and Legal Requirements n Cybercrime Law/Law Enforcement/Criminal Investigation n Digital Forensics/Forensics Examinations n Information Assurance n Cyber Research and Development n Sensitive, Proprietary, and Classified Information on Campuses of Higher Education n Cyber Skills Training n Domestic-Foreign, Economic-Commercial Rivals n Economic Espionage n Foreign-National Intelligence Entities-Officers (Spies) n Theft of Trade Secrets, Intellectual Property/Intellectual Property Rights n Insider Attacks - Disgruntled Employees C3i Group Objectives n Educate business and industry to help define their critical role in protecting programs of vital interest to national security n Promote competitive intelligence/counterintelligence information sharing between the security industry, government agencies, the public-private sectors, and academia n Encourage C3i Group interaction (related to competitive intelligence and counterintelligence issues) through trusted on-going relationships with CSCSS/C3i Group members n Advise C3i Working Group members on how to assess vulnerabilities that can lead to information leakage or exploitation n Provide leadership to industry on how to adapt their internal/ external behaviors to eliminate or mitigate vulnerabilities n Understand global developments in cybersecurity, cyber-fraud, counterintelligence, and cyber-warfare C3i Group Deliverables n Latest methods for network security, analysis, and intruder identification n Actionable threat intelligence to anticipate and prevent future attacks n Pragmatic management of cyber-operations across the government and private-public sectors n Greater legal clarity for cyber-operations, and rules for cybersecurity and conflicts n Effective international cyber-crisis response capabilities n Strategies to promote a shift in cyber-defense doctrine from reactive to proactive n Effective and secure recruitment and training of the next generation of cybersecurity analysts, operators, and warriors Counter-intelligence or Counterintelligence (CI): Refers to efforts made by intelligence groups or organizations to prevent the successful gathering and collecting of intelligence against them. All trademarks or registered trademarks are properties of their respective owners. Copyright © 2013 The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science. All rights reserved
  • About CSCSS The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science / CSCSS is a multilateral, international not-for-profit organization that conducts independent cyber-centric research, development, analysis, and training in the areas of cyberspace, defence intelligence, cyber security, and science while addressing the threats, trends, and opportunities shaping international security policies and national cyberspace cyber security initiatives. CSCSS, as a strategic leader in cyberspace, works jointly with key partners to address, develop, and define cyber technologies, cyber defence force capabilities, information dominance, and concept operations. We deliver practical recommendations and innovative solutions and strategies to advance a secure cyberspace domain. Internationally, CSCSS operates in the United Kingdom, Europe, United States, South America, Australia, and Canada. CSCSS Collaborative Partners The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science operates in a collaborative partnership with agencies and organizations that share our commitment to the advancement of Cybersecurity, National + International Security, Cyber Education and Awareness, and Cybersecurity Research and Initiatives. Contact Us For more information on the C3i Group, the Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science, its programmes or to find out how we can help you please contact us. CSCSS / Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Washington D.C + 571.451.0312 London, United Kingdom +44 2035141784 North America +877.436.6746 Middle East +855.237.8767 Australia +61 2.8003.7553 Email c3i@cscss.org CENTRE FOR STRATEGIC CYBERSPACE + SECURITY SCIENCECSCSS This arm of the C3i Group provides strategic focus for senior executives working within industry, government, and academia, enhancing their understanding of the cyber-threats posed by foreign intelligence services and national-foreign competitors. The C3i Working Group also provides a forum for the discussion of national security issues of common concern. Through our programs, the C3i Group aims to reduce the vulnerability of national infrastructure to e-terrorism and other cyber-threats. National infrastructure consists of key assets and faces a number of threats, from international and domestic terrorism to espionage and other hostile foreign activity. To counter these threats, the C3i Group delivers expert advice and leadership to businesses and organizations across the national information infrastructure covering physical, personal, and information security; all informed by access to intelligence and information about current cyber-threats and emerging trends. Members of the C3i Working Group will be able to participate in discussions and debates on frameworks for collaborative efforts with representatives from the administration, military services, intelligence/ government agencies, industry, and academia within the scope of the C3i Group’s mandate: Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, and Cyber Intelligence. CSCSS.org C C3i WORKING GROUP All trademarks or registered trademarks are properties of their respective owners. Copyright © 2013 The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science. All rights reserved