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Title Federal cybersecurity : legal considerations and assessments / Ryan I. Brooks and Dorothy E. Kelly, editors.

Published New York : Nova Science Publishers Inc., c2012.
 Law Library - First Floor  KF390.5.C6 F434 2012     AVAILABLE
Descript xi, 191 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Defense, security and strategies
American political, economic, and security issues
Defense, security and strategies series.
American political, economic, and security issues series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographies and index.
Contents Cybersecurity: selected legal issues -- Privacy Impact Assessment EINSTEIN Program: collecting, analyzing, and sharing computer security information across the federal civilian government -- Privacy impact assessment for EINSTEIN 2 -- Privacy impact assessment for the Initiative Three Exercise -- Privacy compliance review of the EINSTEIN -- Legal issues relating to the testing, use, and deployment of an intrusion-detection system (Einstein 2.0) to protect unclassified computer networks in the executive branch.
Summary This book discusses selected legal issues that frequently arise in the context of recent legislation to address vulnerabilities of critical infrastructure to cyber threats, efforts to protect government networks from cyber threats, and proposals to facilitate and encourage sharing of cyber threat information amongst private sector and government entitites.--Preface [vii].
Subject Computer security -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Computer security -- United States.
Intrusion detection systems (Computer security) -- United States.
Federal government -- Computer networks -- Security measures -- United States.
Other Author Brooks, Ryan I.
Kelly, Dorothy E.
ISBN 9781622572137