Army OPSEC Background

As the story about the Army’s new OPSEC guidelines grows, we’ve got a little nugget of goodness for people new to OPSEC matters – a 2006 research paper on “OPSEC in the Information Age”, that provides a lot of interesting historical background on both OPSEC as a whole, and the current brouhaha, which can probably be traced back to this rather pissy instruction from General Richard Cody a year earlier.

Just because I can, here are a couple cute OPSEC training aids (?), courtesy of the USAF:


Are you brewing up an OPSEC beast?

Are you the missing link in OPSEC?

OPSEC: Don't get behind the power curve!

OPSEC: Keep the lid on everything!

OPSEC: Stop those leaks!

OPSEC: Don't let the cat out of the bag!


Phew. Hopefully you’ve enjoyed that…

Published in: Geekiness, General, History, Security | on May 2nd, 2007| 1 Comment »

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  1. On 6/5/2012 at 6:30 pm ILLL Delhi University Said:

    we want to use one of your image with this URL http://frank.redpin.com/~urbex/opseccat.jpg for academic purpose at ILLL University of Delhi, therefore we need copyright permission for the same

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