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Standards for Security Categorization of Federal Information and Information Systems
Susan Zevin (fr)
The E-Gov’t. Act of 2002 recognized the importance of info. security to the economic and nat. security interests of the U.S. This pub. addresses the task of developing standards to be used by fed. agencies to categorize info. systems based on the objectives or providing appropriate levels of info. security according to a range of risk levels. Security categorization standards for info. systems provide a common framework and understanding for expressing security that promotes: (1) effective mgmt. and oversight of info. security programs throughout the civilian, nat. security, emergency preparedness, and law enforce. communities; and (2) consistent reporting on the adequacy and effectiveness of info. security policies, procedures, and practices.
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