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List of Counterintelligence Organizations

Main article: Counterintelligence

Counterintelligence organizations and agencies attempt to prevent foreign intelligence organizations from successfully gathering and collecting intelligence against the governments they serve.

Active counterintelligence organizations

Australia
Brazil
Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
  • Hellenic National Intelligence Service[4] (NIS-EYP) Sub-Directorate for International Terrorism and Organized Crime[5]
Hungary
  • Nemzetbiztonsági Hivatal (NBH) — Office of National Security[6]
Iceland
  • Greiningardeild Ríkislögreglustjóra - National Security Unit
India
Ireland
  • An Garda Siochana[7] (National Police Service) — under the Deputy Commissioner for Operations are the Special Services, Security & Intelligence, Special Branch C3 Section (dealing with terrorism and subversion)
Iran
Israel
Italy
Japan
Kenya
  • National Security Intelligence Service (NSIS)[9]
Lebanon
  • Special Agency to Combat Terrorism[10]
the Netherlands
New Zealand
Pakistan
Poland


Portugal
Romania
  • Serviciul Român de Informaţii (SRI)
Russian Federation
Serbia
Sweden
Switzerland
  • Federal Office of Police — in German, Bundesamt für Polizei (BAP); in French, Office fédéral de la police; in Italian, Ufficio federale di polizia[11]
Slovakia
  • Národný bezpečnostný úrad (NBÚ) — National Security Bureau
South Africa
Turkey
  • Higher Counterterrorism Council[12]
Ukraine
United Kingdom
  • Security Service, commonly known as MI5
  • Royal Air Force Police Special Investigations and Intelligence Branch
United States

Defunct counterintelligence organizations

These organizations are now defunct, possibly absorbed by a successor organization.

Nazi Germany
Poland
Yugoslavia
Soviet Union and Imperial Russia
United Kingdom
United States
Zimbabwe

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