University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics Seminar Series: Counterintelligence within Academia
April 11 at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CDT
For years, adversaries have been utilizing counterintelligence exploitation techniques to gain access to organizational and government information. These attempts have increased in ferocity with new techniques being developed on a daily basis. As the largest defense contractor in the world, Lockheed Martin is far from exempt from this targeting. As Counterintelligence Professionals, our role is to detect and mitigate new threats in order to protect our employees and our company from exploitation. This presentation will touch on some of the tools that we utilize within this process and provide you with a real-world example of how an adversary can impact an organization.
Mrs. Ceanna Madden
Ceanna Long holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Psychology from the University of Denver and is actively pursuing her Master of Science in Security Management with a concentration in Organizational Security. Ceanna has been with Lockheed Martin since 2018, where she joined the organization as a Security Intern. Following her graduation, she joined the organization full-time as an Intelligence Analyst Associate for the Counterintelligence and Investigations department in Littleton, CO. In November of 2021, Ceanna took on the position of Intelligence Analyst with Counterintelligence Operations & Corporate Investigations (COCI) at Lockheed Martin’s HQ in Bethesda, Maryland where she now focuses on detecting and mitigating counterintelligence threats within the emerging technologies sector. In her free time, Ceanna enjoys curling up with her miniature dachshund, Merlin and her husband, Alec.
Mr. Craig Colean
As the Counterintelligence Lead for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, I am responsible for the management and coordination of all Counterintelligence (CI) activities. I oversee the Insider Threat Awareness program and the Insider Threat Program Senior Official (ITPSO) Direct Open Source intelligence collection assessments to develop threat vulnerability awareness and formulate recommendations on countermeasures. I also draft CI countermeasures that address organizational vulnerabilities and propose courses of action to protect against foreign intelligence collection. In 1987, I joined the Army as a Counterintelligence Special Agent. I have a BS In Terrorism-Counterterrorism from Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Studies and a Masters in Intelligence Management from National American University. I am a husband and friend to my wife Kimary and our five children. In my free time, I love to coach youth baseball, football, soccer, and cheerleading.