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New guidance for incident reporting

The Bush administration will soon give agencies specific directions on how to report information security problems to the Federal Computer Incident Response Center. The guidance, due within six weeks, will ensure that FedCirc is receiving the information it needs to best track, analyze and, if possible, prevent incidents that occur across agencies, said Sallie McDonald, a senior official within the Homeland Security Department’s Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection directorate. The department’s National Cyber Security Division houses the Federal Computer Incident Response Center (FedCIRC) and other national and governmentwide warnings and analysis groups that were spread around government. Full Story

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