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Information Security: Federal Agency Efforts to Encrypt Sensitive Information are Under Way, but Work Remains
Many fed. operations are supported by automated sy

Our Price: $25.00
By Gregory C. Wilshusen (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 68
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437908829

Many fed. operations are supported by automated systems that may contain sensitive info. (SI) such as national security info. that, if lost or stolen, could be disclosed for improper purposes. Compromises of SI at numerous fed. agencies have raised concerns about the extent to which such info. is vulnerable. The use of technological controls such as encryption -- the process of changing plain-text into cipher-text -- can help guard against the unauthorized disclosure of SI. This report  determines: (1) how commercially available encryption technologies (ET) can help agencies protect SI and reduce risks; (2) the fed. laws, policies, and guidance for using ET; and (3) the extent to which agencies have implemented, or plan to implement ET. Charts and tables.

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