28.2 – Counter Intelligence

28.2 – Counter Intelligence
Introduction to counter Intelligence Counterintelligence is a section of the intelligence hierarchy which is concerned with keeping information out of the hands of domestic and foreign enemies. A number of special methods is used to keep information protected and to create confusing information which can be used to throw opponent managers off-track. Most countries have a government organization which manages counterintelligence, and usually, several intelligence organizations have a counterintelligence branch which is disconnected from their usual functions. Keeping potentially critical data out of enemy eyes is an essential objective of counterintelligence, and several counterintelligence agents work directly with security agents…
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