computer security

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computer security

The protection resulting from all measures to deny unauthorized access and exploitation of friendly computer systems. Also called COMPUSEC. See also communications security.
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FEMA and Department of Homeland Security language is very clear: On-site decision-makers make the decision about whether or not to evacuate," Klinger says.
Check your contracts with customers to ensure that you are not agreeing to unreasonable data security language.
Prequalification are invited for Provision of FY 2014 National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y).
In 2012, for the first time, UN Security Council used women, peace and security language in its resolution on Cyprus.
Bush in 2006 as part of the National Security Language Initiative to expand national capacity in critical languages.
The students participated in a six-week programme as part of the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y).
They have been especially committed to offering it since 2006, when President Bush introduced the National Security Language Initiative, a program that provided funding for teaching languages including Chinese, Arabic, Russian, and Hindi.
The National Security Language Initiative for Youth is a multi-agency government initiative launched in 2006 to improve American's ability to engage with people from around the world who speak Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Hindi, Korean, Persian (Tajik), Russian, and Turkish.
The CLS Program, launched in 2006 as a key component of the National Security Language Initiative, is a U.
In addition to job security language, the terms of the four year contract extension include annual wage increases of 2%, an incentive programme intended to pay bonuses, a ratification bonus of USD5,000 for each member, increases to the formula for calculating pensions and guarantees that new hires will continue to receive traditional pensions.
For example, through the National Security Language Initiative for Youth, high school students live with host families abroad and learn Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Korean, Persian, Russian, or Turkish.
She was chosen, with nine other students, for a prestigious State Department-sponsored program (the National Security Language Initiative for Youth), newly linked this year to the summer intensive, that allows the 10 students to study ballet and Russian language for an additional six weeks at the Bolshoi Academy in Moscow.

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