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" GAO has previously reported for homeland security 6 and information systems security," applying risk management principles can provide a sound foundation for effective security whether the assets are information, operations, people, or federal facilities.... "
Building Security: Security Responsibilities for Federally Owned and Leased ... - Page 10
by Bernard L. Ungar - 2002 - 45 pages
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Ensuring the Safety of Our Federal Workforce: GSA's Use of Technology to ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Technology and Procurement Policy - 2003 - 90 pages
...protected. As GAO has previously reported for homeland security4 and information systems security,5 applying risk management principles can provide a...for all buildings. Therefore, following these basic 4 US General Accounting Office. Homeland Security: A Risk Management Approach Can Guide Preparedness...
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Information Security: Technologies to Secure Federal Systems : Report to ...

2004 - 96 pages
...never solve management issues. Furthermore, because of the vast differences in types of federal systems and the variety of risks associated with each of them, there is no single approach to security that will be effective for all systems. Therefore, following basic risk...
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National preparedness technologies to secure federal buildings

2002 - 72 pages
...protected. As GAO has previously reported for homeland security 6 and information systems security," applying risk management principles can provide a...Therefore, following these basic risk management steps is fundamental to determining security priorities and implementing appropriate solutions. 7 Figure...
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Information security technologies to secure federal systems.

89 pages
...never solve management issues. Furthermore, because of the vast differences in types of federal systems and the variety of risks associated with each of them, there is no single approach to security that will be effective for all systems. Therefore, following basic risk...
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