DOD Delays Draft Regulations For Network-Penetration Reporting

By Christopher J. Castelli / July 3, 2014 at 6:36 PM
The Defense Department has further delayed the development of highly anticipated regulations that would require defense companies with security clearances to rapidly report network and information system penetrations, according to Pentagon officials. The new regulations, required by Congress, are expected to direct contractors reporting a breach to describe the techniques or methods used in the attack; to provide a sample of the isolated malicious software, if possible; and to include a summary of how DOD data in contractor systems might...

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