HOIS

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AcronymDefinition
HOISHostile Intelligence Service
HOISHead of Information Services (job title)
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"WikiLeaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service.
Back then, Donald Trump declared,"I love WikiLeaks!" Now Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggests that arresting Assange was a"priority," and the CIA director, Mike Pompeo, says WikiLeaks operated like"a hostile intelligence service." Has Assange violated American law?
This was a "five-alarm fire," said this former intelligence official --highly anomalous and inconsonant with the behaviors of other hostile intelligence services like those of Russia or China.
The novel on which the movie is based is written by Nabil Farouk and describes the tasks of Egyptian Intelligence Chief Adham Sabri regarding the protection of national security from the plans of international organizations and hostile intelligence services. Adham Sabri is apt in various types of martial arts, in masquerading and in speaking several languages.
The methods adopted by hostile intelligence services to subvert and undermine government ndash and to carry their ideological battles into countries which have repeatedly expressed their intention of remaining nonaligned ndash are too well-known to require repetition.What emerged later was that the two journalists had helped Loginov to obtain a postal address in Nairobi under a fictitious name and to conceal his movements in Kenya.
The speech, billed as a defense of CIA and what it does, was somewhat controversial in that it struck a belligerent and self-righteous tone, directed mostly against WikiLeaks and similar organizations as "non-state hostile intelligence services," but it was intended more as a call to arms for agency employees than a discussion of actual policy.
"During this period, one in five of that small subset were found to have significant connections to hostile intelligence services and or terrorist groups."
" 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.
"It is inappropriate and heavy-handed." The review comes after the Sunday Star-Times revealed that the manual, which was written in 2003, defined three "subversive" groups as a security risk -- hostile intelligence services, extreme organisations and investigative journalists.
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.
Intelligence Online reported on October 15 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.