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Espionage, how to recognise and counter it
AIVD informs organisations so that they can protect themselves against espionage.
Publication AIVD: Offensive cyber-programmes - An ideal business model for states
AIVD-publication about offensive (state-sponsored) cyber-programmes: they have become an ideal business model for states.
Is there a law that defines national security?
The Intelligence and Security Services Act 2017 (Wiv 2017): although the term national security is used in the Act, no definition ...
Is the intelligence that the AIVD obtains admissible in a court?
Yes, for third parties the AIVD issues official reports, which contain the findings of an investigation. These reports may be ...
Is there a law that regulates tasks and authority of the AIVD other than the Wiv 2017?
Yes. The Wvo (Wet veiligheidsonderzoeken, Security Screening Act) regulates screening of candidates who have applied for ...
Does AIVD have authority to investigate? Or can AIVD participate in an investigation?
If the question refers to investigations pursuant to our legal duties, then the answer is: yes. If the question refers to a ...
Insight into targets: fifteen years of jihadist attacks in the West
The publication 'Insight into targets: fifteen years of jihadist attacks in the West' offers an insight into the actual targets ...
AIVD Annual Report 2018
Download the AIVD Annual Report on the year 2018. In this report, we look back on our activities of the past year.
Letter on sanctions against Iran on the grounds of undesirable interference
Letter to the Parliament on sanctions against Iran on the grounds of undesirable interference.
Publication AIVD: The legacy of Syria - Global jihadism remains a threat to Europe
The conflict in Syria and the associated rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) had a major mobilising effect upon ...