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ISBN-10: 0309083125

ISBN-13: 9780309083126

ISBN-10: 0309509297

ISBN-13: 9780309509299

This file stories prior NRC experiences that experience tested numerous dimensions of desktop and community safety and vulnerability and brings the implications ahead into the context of the present atmosphere of protection and vulnerability. The evaluate comprises paintings performed on the grounds that 1991, comparable to pcs in danger (1991), Cryptography’s function in Securing the knowledge Society (1996), For the list: holding digital well-being details (1997), belief in our on-line world (1999), endured overview of the Tax structures Modernization of the inner profit provider (1996), understanding the potential for C4I (1999), and Embedded, all over the place (2001).

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This is true even if the first attack is unsuccessful, because security features that may have thwarted the first attack may not necessarily be installed or operational on other systems. Note that dissemination of information about attacks and their targets is required on two distinct time scales. The first time scale is seconds or minutes after the attack is known; such knowledge enables operators of other systems not (yet) under attack to take immediate preventive action (such as severing some network connections).

Moreover, an organization must have administrative procedures in place to bring peculiar actions to the attention of someone who can legitimately inquire into the appropriateness of such actions, and that person must actually make the inquiry. In many organizations, these administrative provisions are far less satisfactory than are the technical provisions for security. (From p. 10): It is important to balance technical and nontechnical approaches to enhancing system security and trust. Accordingly, the committee is concerned that the development of legislation and case law is being outpaced by the growth of technology and changes in our society.

This function calls for: • Monitoring of threat indicators. For example, near-simultaneous penetration attempts on hundreds of military information systems might reasonably be considered an indication of an orchestrated attack. Mobilization of a foreign nation’s key personnel known to have responsibility for information attacks might be another indicator. The notion of an “information condition” or “INFOCON,” analogous to the defense condition (DEFCON) indicator, would be a useful summary device to indicate to commanders the state of the cyber-threat at any given time.

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