1. The end of the Cold War reduced the foreign threat to U.S. classified and other sensitive information.

TRUE or FALSE

 

2. When you travel in a foreign country, the risk of being an intelligence target increases.

TRUE or FALSE

 

3. Most major compromises of security happen as a result of negligence, willful disregard for security, or betrayal of trust by our own personnel, not because our adversaries or competitors are so smart or clever.

TRUE or FALSE

 

4. It's usually pretty easy to tell when a foreigner I'm dealing with is an intelligence agent who wants to get something out of me.

TRUE or FALSE

 

5. It's not just our enemies who conduct espionage against us. Our friends and allies do too, but this is the exception not the rule.

TRUE or FALSE

 

6. Use of illegal drugs makes a person more likely to be targeted by a foreign intelligence service.

TRUE or FALSE

 

7. Naturalized American citizens are more susceptible to recruitment by a foreign intelligence collector than native-born Americans.

TRUE or FALSE

 

8. Most spies rank above average on intelligence tests.

TRUE or FALSE

 

9. Foreign visitors to sensitive U.S. Government and defense industry installations are a significant security concern, even though these visits are approved in advance by the government.

TRUE or FALSE

 

10. A person who helps stop espionage can earn a substantial reward from the U.S. Government.

TRUE or FALSE