NIST launching security review

    Date16 May 2001
    CategoryGovernment
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    The National Institute of Standards and Technology next month will begin reviewing agency security programs and practices as part of an initiative started by the Clinton administration. The NIST Computer Security Expert Assist Team (CSEAT) is a group established to help . . . The National Institute of Standards and Technology next month will begin reviewing agency security programs and practices as part of an initiative started by the Clinton administration. The NIST Computer Security Expert Assist Team (CSEAT) is a group established to help agencies comply with Presidential Decision Directive 63, the May 1998 order requiring agencies to protect the systems that support the nation?s critical infrastructure. Such systems include essential services like the power grid and the National Airspace System.
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