Report of the Federal Security Agency

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Report of the Federal Security Agency


Information Security Agencies Make Progress in Implementation of Requirements But Significant Weaknesses Persist

Concerned by reports of significant weaknesses in federal systems, Congress
passed the Federal Information Security ... GAO was asked to testify on its draft
report on (1) the adequacy and effectiveness of federal agencies' information ...

Information Security  Agencies Make Progress in Implementation of Requirements  But Significant Weaknesses Persist

Without proper safeguards, fed. agencies' computer systems are vulnerable to intrusions by individuals and groups who have malicious intentions and can obtain sensitive info., commit fraud, disrupt operations, or launch attacks against other computer systems and networks. Concerned by reports of significant weaknesses in fed. systems, Congress passed the Fed. Info. Security Mgmt. Act (FISMA), which permanently authorized and strengthened info. security program, evaluation, and annual reporting requirements for fed. agencies. This is testimony on a draft report on: (1) the adequacy and effectiveness of fed. agencies' info. security policies and practices; and (2) their implementation of FISMA requirements.

Atomic Spaces

Matthias diary, Feb. 25, 1944. 27. On the responses to regions surrounding the
Tennessee site, see the “Knoxville-Clinton, Tennessee, Progress Report II,”
prepared by the Federal Security Agency's Office of Community War Services,
Region ...

Atomic Spaces

Code-named the Manhattan Project, the detailed plans for developing an atomic bomb were impelled by urgency and shrouded in secrecy. This book tells the story of the project's three key sites: Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Hanford, Washington; and Los Alamos, New Mexico.

The Security Agencies of the United States

How the CIA, FBI, NSA, and Homeland Security Keep Us Safe Tom Streissguth.
The analyst then sends the report to the “customer”— the agency of the federal
government that has asked for the information. The customer could be the CIA,
the ...

The Security Agencies of the United States

"Read about America's Security Agencies and how they keep us safe"--Provided by publisher.

Handbook of labor statistics

The estimates have been adjusted to Federal Security Agency data for all years
through 1946. For a description of the method ... nonmanu- facturing industries. If
employers report the wages and salaries of the selected group of employees for ...

Handbook of labor statistics

Contains digests of the material published by the Bureau of sufficiently recent date to be of present-day interest and value.

Governments Quarterly Report

In prior reports Federal agency securities were included under "Other securities."
As of September 30, 1981, U. S. Treasury obli– gations amounted to $21.0 billion
and Federal agency securities $16.3 billion. State and local government ...

Governments Quarterly Report


Information Security Agencies Report Progress But Sensitive Data Remain at Risk

Furthermore, agencies may not have assurance that accredited systems have
controls in place that properly protect those systems. Agencies had not always
implemented security configuration policies. Twenty-three of the major federal ...

Information Security  Agencies Report Progress  But Sensitive Data Remain at Risk

Weaknesses in information security (IS) in the fed. gov¿t. are a problem with potentially devastating consequences -- such as intrusions by malicious users, compromised networks, & the theft of personally identifiable info; it is a high-risk issue. Concerned by reports of significant vulnerabilities in fed. computer systems, Congress passed the Fed. Info. Security Mgmt. Act of 2002 (FISMA), which authorized & strengthened the IS program, eval¿n., & reporting require. for fed. agencies. This testimony discusses security incidents reported at fed. agencies, the continued weaknesses in IS controls at major fed. agencies, agencies¿ progress in performing key control activities, & oppor. to enhance FISMA reporting & independent evaluations. Tables.