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(U) Security Day- Wedneday, 23 February 2005, 0900 in the Friedman Auditorium

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Distribution: Entire NSAW Work Force

(U) From: Counterintelligence Awareness (Q223),Associate Directorate for Security and

Counterintelli gence (AD S&CD

rullFeuq You should already be familiar witfr SIGINT, ELINT and even HUMINT, but do you know about TrashINT? Comeleam wtatintelligence an adversary can

acquire just by looking at your daily hash. This presentation will focus on common items found in trashcans and dumpsters,6nd how the information gathered tcm thern can be

used to profile you, your family and your company.

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14 yeam. He spent seven years during his Nayy career as an OPSEC

Coordinator and Officer aboard the USS America and USS Spruance. As a lecturer, he

has provided training for over 10,000 military and civilian personnel in OPSEC,

COMSEC, Computer Security, INFOSEC and TrashINT.

(U) To reserve your seat, sign up on-line at:

(Click on the event entitled "security Day-TrashINT)

(U) The presentation is scheduled to last approximately 90 minutes. Registered

participants must be seated 5 minutes prior to the start of the session. At that time, open

seating will commence. Please remember to bring your completed registration form with you.

(U) Food and drink are not permitted in the Friedman Auditorium. You may want to

bring a sweater or jacket as the ternperature in the auditorium varies.

(U) This presentation is UNCLASSIFIED. Unfortunately, it will not be broadcast or

videotaped at the request ofthe presenter.

UNCLASSIFIED