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Evaluation of DHSäó» Information Security Program for Fiscal Year 2012
Frank W. Deffer (ed)
This report evaluates the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) information security program and practices assessed DHSäó» plans of action and milestones, security authorization processes, and continuous monitoring programs. It shows that DHS continues to improve and strengthen its security program. DHS developed and implemented the Fiscal Year 2012 Information Security Performance Plan to focus on areas to improve upon. Specifically, DHS identified several key elements that are indicative of a strong security program, such as plans of action and milestones weakness remediation. In addition, DHS has taken actions to address the Admin.äó»s cybersecurity priorities, which include implementing trusted Internet connections, continuously monitoring DHS information systems, and employing personal identity verification compliant credentials to improve logical access for its systems. While these efforts have resulted in some improvements, components still are not executing all of DHSäó» policies, procedures, and practices. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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