Ashley worked as an artificial intelligence engineer with the MITRE Corporation in the Center for Integrated Intelligence Systems and with the MASY Group, supporting the US intelligence community by conducting surveillance training and practical exercise assistance related to antiterrorism and countersurveillance.
What does CSV stand for?
CSV stands for Countersurveillance
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He had a complete change of identity - he was trained by the police in countersurveillance and has had to live and hold a lie for the rest of his life.
In the words of the presentence report he had 'a legacy life' - a complete change of identity - he was trained by the police in countersurveillance and has had to live and hold a lie for the rest of his life.
It also constitutes a critical base for electronic surveillance as well as countersurveillance operations to detect and disable Israeli monitoring and jamming.
Human-intelligence resources were not in place to unearth traces of the attempted attack on The Sullivans, and apparently no countersurveillance assets were in place to observe any "dry runs" the attackers may have made during succeeding fueling stops by American warships.
As such, Mexican drug cartels have acquired expertise in countersurveillance operations.
DHS's programs include site inspections, countersurveillance training, and the Tripwire program, a Web-based portal providing law enforcement and bomb disposal units with the most current intelligence on IEDs, their constituent materials, and terrorist methods.