United States National Data Security Agency, ( USNDSA ) is a Florida-based, Delaware PGC Corporation; Veteran-owned Information Warfare Technology Integration company with technical specializations of Intelligence Operations Support and Information Assurance. In business since 1992, current and previous USNDSA customers include the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the National Security Agency (NSA), the United States Department of State (DOS), the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, United States Congress, House of Representatives, and the U.S. Department of Justice as well as several commercial and privately owned companies, such as Boeing, and currently partnering with Dynacorp Corporation.
USNDSA dynamic and highly experienced security team represents a world class provider of a wide range of security training and support services. Our highly experienced staffs are professionals from the Department of Defense Special Operations, the Army Special Forces, and the United States Intelligence Community. We offer training, training support, staff support, security support, and integrated strategies for government and non-government clients to help them understand, operate, grow, and succeed in various threat environments. Manta provides a myriad of expertise to meet clearly defined security needs: from addressing current security gaps to risk management planning in order to mitigate current and future threats.
USNDSA's current prospects include The Anti Human Trafficking support, . for US State Department systems in many different countries around the world.
USNDSA's in field professionals provide operational cycle, low level source operations, elicitation and debriefing, interrogation techniques, use of cover, land navigation, reporting, survival, first aid, and other essential skills For more information on USNDSA field operations check here.USNDSA Instructors acquaint students with HUMINT collection procedures and methodologies at strategic, operational, and tactical levels. Topics include HUMINT collection, management and support, legal implications including the Geneva Conventions, Intelligence Oversight, and Ethics. Students will also learn targeting and assessment, asset validation, debriefing, interrogation, and J2X operations, and many associated topics that will build confidence and understanding. Students will also learn security and survival techniques for use when deployed in high threat environments. For more information on USNDSA HUMINT services check here
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