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DOD plans information assurance policy

A comprehensive information assurance architecture should be in place about a year from now, the director of information assurance for the Defense Department said today. The department has long been pursuing an architecture that it can point to as a model for how problems associated with information assurance can be overcome. Toward that goal, the department will issue four documents in the next four months, said Robert Lentz, DOD’s director of information assurance. “The information assurance architecture is clearly the most important thing we’re working on right now,” Lentz said. “And these four policy documents will play a very important role in bringing that architecture into being.” Full Story

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