Security policies fall short

    Date12 Jul 2000
    CategoryGovernment
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Federal agencies are failing to follow the policies to ensure that changes in their software and systems do not open security vulnerabilities, the General Accounting Office told agency officials last month. Federal agencies are failing to follow the policies to ensure that changes in their software and systems do not open security vulnerabilities, the General Accounting Office told agency officials last month.
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