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Minimum Security Requirements for Federal Information and Information Systems
Cita M. Furlani (fr)
The E-Government Act, passed by the 107th Congress and signed into law by the Pres. in Dec. 2002, recognized the importance of info. security to the economic and nat. security interests of the U.S. Title III of the Act, entitled the Fed. Info. Security Mgmt. Act (FISMA), emphasizes the need for each fed. agency to develop, document, and implement an enterprise-wide program to provide info. security for the info. systems that support the operations of the agency. FISMA directed the promulgation of fed. standards for: (1) the security categorization of fed. info. and info. systems based on the objectives of providing appropriate levels of info. security; and (2) minimum security requirements for info. and info. systems in each such category.
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