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How Secure is Sensitive Commerce Depít. Data & Oper.?: A Review of the Deptís Computer Sec. Policies & Pract.: Hear. Before the Comm. on Energy & Comm., U.S. House of Rep.
How Secure is Sensitive Commerce Dep’t. Data & Oper.?: A Review of the Dept’s Computer Sec. Policies & Pract.: Hear. Before the Comm. on Energy & Comm., U.S. House of Rep.
 
Our Price: $40.00
Year: 2001
Pages: 159
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756719992

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James C. Greenwood (ed.). Hearing to hear from information security experts at the General Accounting Office (GAO), who were requested to conduct an in--depth evaluation of the departmentís management & implementation of computer security at 7 of its operating divisions, including the Bureau of Export Admin., the International Trade Admin., the Economics & Statistics Admin., & the Office of the Secretary. Witnesses: Samuel W. Bodman, Deputy Secretary, accompanied by Thomas Pyke, Acting Chief Information Officer, U.S. Dept. of Commerce; Robert F. Dacey, Dir., Information Security Issues, GAO; & Johnnie E. Frazier, Inspector General, U.S. Dept. of Commerce.

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