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Keeping Sensitive Information Under Wraps
9:25 AM MDT | May 6, 2008 | Steven E. Roberts Roberts Is An Attorney and Columnist Who Practices Specifically in Chemical and Transportation Security. He May Be Contacted at Robe
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS; Washington) Chemical-terrorism Vulnerability Information (CVI) program, part of DHS’s Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS), limits access to authorized users, and so only those who need to know CVI may see, handle, discuss, or otherwise use it. However, CVI compliance is one of the more challenging aspects of CFATS, partly because the regulation’s footprint is so large and the protection requirements so nuanced. Capital feat: DHS promises to make CVI more manageable. Information related...
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