Did you perchance mean counterespionage?
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“Treason, double agency, counter-espionage, cryptology, code breaking … all are linked to the study of Shakespeare.”
“Instead of using our own counter-espionage and law enforcement to defeat these threats, we instituted a mass, indiscriminate approach.”
“The bank has started a 'counter-espionage' effort to combat the upcoming WikiLeaks dump.”
“During my career I worked mainly in counter-espionage and counter-terrorism, becoming successively Director of each of those areas.”
“Morros, who was sixty-two, had reportedly been forced to work as a front man and courier for Soviet intelligence in an effort to protect his aged parents and in 1947 went to the FBI and offered his services as a counter-espionage agent.”
“France's military counter-espionage unit is following a lead in the investigation into cyber attacks on the finance ministry, Budget Minister Francois Baroin said.”
“The counter-espionage services opened an investigation last week," he told the newspaper.”
“Saidi is a former IRGC member who once headed its counter-espionage unit.”
“Espionage and counter-espionage between Russia and the West have continued in the nearly two decades since the collapse of the Soviet Union.”
“These terrorists train for years developing weapons expertise and are skilled in espionage/counter-espionage.”
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