James B. Bruce
Dr. James B. Bruce, a member of Georgetown University's Security Studies Program and teaches a course titled 'Intelligence and U.S. National Security Policy' at the Central Intelligence Agency, serves as Vice Chairman of the DCI (Director of Central Intelligence) Foreign Denial and Deception Committee in the National Intelligence Council (NIC)." 
His "twenty years of service at the CIA includes stints as Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Science and Technology in the National Intelligence Council; Branch Chief in the Office of European Analysis; Chief of Counterintelligence Training in the DCI Counterintelligence Center; and as senior analyst in both CIA Directorates of Intelligence and Operations." 
Dr. Bruce was a Professional Staff Member of the Commission on the Intelligence Capabilities of the United States Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction. 
By Dr. James B. Bruce
- "The Consequences of Permissive Neglect: Laws and Leaks of Classified Intelligence," Studies in Intelligence, vol. 47, no. 1, 2003; also posted on CI Centre website.
- General Profile: James B. Bruce, Georgetown University.
Articles & Commentary
- Dave Eberhart, "CIA Expert: Leaks of Classified Information Must Stop," NewsMax (Memory Hole), July 27, 2002.
- James Ridgeway, "Grim News From Capital's Front Lines; A Return to the Bad Old Days?; CIA Official Wants to Swat Journalists," Village Voice, July 31-August 6, 2002.
- "CIA Memo Stands Up for Secrecy," OMB Watch, June 6, 2003.
- Bill Berkowitz, "Escalating secrecy wars. Punish leakers of classified documents severely, says CIA veteran," Working for Change, July 9, 2003.
- Glenn Kessler, "On Leaks, Relying on A Faulty Case Study. Untrue Bin Laden Satellite Phone Story Still Has Currency With Media's Critics," Washington Post, December 23, 2005.