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Gregory C. Wilshusen (au)
Statement of Gregory C. Wilshusen, Dir., Info. Security Issues, GAO. The fed. government collects and uses personal information on individuals in increasingly sophsticated ways, and its reliance on info. tech. (IT) to collect, store, and transmit this information has also grown. While this enables fed. agencies to carry out many of the governmentäó»s critical functions, concerns have been raised that the existing laws for protecting individualsäó» personal information may no longer be sufficient given current practices. Moreover, vulnerabilities arising from agenciesäó» increased dependence on IT can result in the compromise of sensitive personal information, such as inappropriate use, modification, or disclosure. This statement describes (1) the impact of IT developments on existing laws for privacy protection in the fed. government; and (2) actions agencies can take to protect against and respond to breaches involving personal information. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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