||Self-Reported Data Unreliable for Assessing EPA's Computer Security Program. Briefing Report.
R. M. Brevard ;
C. Reid ;
V. Campbell ;
W. Brooks ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of the Inspector General.
Data processing security ;
Management information systems ;
US EPA ;
United States government ;
Computer programs ;
Access control ;
Information security ;
Office of Inspector General(OIG)
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We sought to determine EPA's Computer Security Program whether the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) implemented management control processes for maintaining the quality of data in the Automated System Security Evaluation and Remediation Tracking (ASSERT) system. EPA uses the ASSERT online tool to gather information regarding testing and evaluating Agency information systems, and tracking progress made in fixing identified security weaknesses. EPA also uses ASSERT to generate reports provided to the Office of Management and Budget pursuant to the Federal Information Security Management Act.