BECCA ®
Founded in 1986  by 
William M. Johnson, PhD
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Business Espionage Report
(TBER) first Published 1986.

BECCA  was incorporated
as a Non-Profit Corporation
in June 1990.

The Certified Confidentiality 
Officer (CCO) Program was
established in March 1992. 
(Federal Register vol.57) 


The News 

June 2017

We have moved our offices to a larger space to accommodate increased BECCA staff and volunteers. Our e-mail address, telephone number, and postal address remain the same.

We have new research projects that cover the Four Faces of Business Espionage and new protocols that reflect the realities of our changing times. The new study on the effectiveness of Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) in combatting business espionage is two-sided with perspectives from both the business and practitioner perspectives.

Contact BECCA to become a Member and help with our research. 

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The “Security Strategic Command In Situational Prevention” Course is approved
by the Hellenic National Defense General Staff and also endorsed and certificated
by “Training Qualifications United Kingdom” (TQUK).

It is pioneering worldwide, within the framework of the UN and NATO. It will be
held at "PAPATHEOFILOS" military camp located near the city of Kilkis from August
28 to September 8, 2017, according to the order of the National Defense General
Staff. It is addressed to Private Security experts, Military and Police personnel, and
others within the boundaries of Security science.”

Editor’s Note: A presentation by BECCA Administrator John Kanalis at “Security
Strategic Command In Situational Prevention”
is titled “Intelligence Management”
and covers Operational and Tactical Intelligence.

Contact BECCA for more information.

There was an owl he lived in an oak
The more he knew the less he spoke
The less he spoke the more he heard
O, if men were all like that wise bird

Anonymous poem in Punch, quoted
in The House of Owls (non-fiction)


Website Updated June 2017