This is a summary of discussions at a planning meeting held November 1-2, 2000 to examine the prospects of initiating an NRC study on cyber-security and the insider threat to classified information. The meeting's focus was on the threat to classified systems and information because the political and organizational issues that often arise with protection policies and practices (e.g., rights to privacy) are considerably fewer and less intense than if sensitive unclassified information (especially non-governmental information) is involved. The meeting also addressed threats other than insider threats as well as non-classified computer systems.
Table of Contents
|Cyber-Security and the Insider Threat to Classified Information||1-2|
|2. High-Grade Threats and High-Value Targets||3-5|
|3. Psychological, Social, Legal and Managerial Aspects of the Insider Threat||5-7|
|4. Technology, Present and Future||7-10|
|5. Options for CSTB||10-11|
|Appendix A: On the National Academies||12-12|
|Appendix B: List of Participants||13-13|
|Appendix C: Meeting Agenda||14-16|
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