During this period, one in five of that small subset were found to have significant connections to hostile intelligence services and or terrorist groups.
What does HOIS stand for?
HOIS stands for Hostile Intelligence Service
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of HOIS
- Heart of Iowa Cooperative
- High Orbit Ion Cannon (open-source computer network security software)
- Hands on Inland Empire (California)
- Hollandse Oos-Indiese Kompanjie (Dutch East India Company)
- Health Outreach Information Network (Washington, DC; professional organization network; est. 2001)
- Homes of the Indian Nation (India; children's charity)
- Heart of Iowa Nature Trail
- Health Over IP (DCS Health)
- Hazardous Occurrence Investigation Report (Parks Canada)
- Head of Information Services (job title)
- Heart of Illinois Sierra Club (Peoria, IL)
- Home-Oriented Informatics and Telematics (conference)
- Heart of Illinois United Way (est. 1921; Peoria, IL)
- House of Infinite Zen (UK rock music group)
- Hammer of Justice (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- Hand of Justice (gaming)
- Harvard Orthopaedic Journal (Massachusetts General Hospital; Boston, MA)
- Heroines of Jericho
- House of Jewellery (est. 1977; Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In a variety of circumstances this danger includes a risk to life, both to intelligence officers and their families and recruitment attempts or threats to their safety by hostile intelligence services or terrorist groups," he added.
Coleman said the order that listed investigative journalists as subversion threats alongside hostile intelligence services and members of subversive organisations was issued back in 2003.
Intelligence Online reported on 15 October that Aghazadeh, who is also a member of the influential Council of Expediency, was dismissed as head of the nuclear agency for allowing Amiri to move out of the Greater Tehran area without security surveillance, a measure intended to prevent defections or kidnappings by hostile intelligence services such as the CIA or the Mossad.
As events progress it will become more difficult to convince individuals with access to critical information that they are still attractive targets for hostile intelligence services.