Interesting white paper, I would not have called Offensive Cyber Counterintelligence as it mainly conveys the idea of creating intelligence from the adversary. Nowaday there are disciplines such as Cyber Threat Intelligence for this sort of intelligence.
I understand the Cyber Counterintelligence as a branch of the intelligence which is concerned with keeping information out of the hands of foreign and domestic enemies however the paper is a good read and reminder on key essentials to keep in mind when fighting cyber crime.
- The attribution problem in the cyberspace
- Industry collaboration
- Analysis and data driven future solution to detect espionage and crime activities
- Data mining and anomaly detection technologies
- International law and organizational maturity to understand tools and solutions