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DHS vows to protect info on national database

The Homeland Security Department has stepped up assurances that it will maintain the confidentiality of critical infrastructure information submitted to the National Asset Database, according to the newly revised draft National Infrastructure Protection Plan Base Plan version 2.0. DHS will evaluate all requests to view the database and will grant access only to select DHS employees and others on a “tightly controlled, need-to-know” basis, the revised plan states. Full Story

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