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    Department of Homeland Security Privacy Office Releases Reports on Cybersecurity Programs

    The Department of Homeland Security’s Privacy Office announced the release of two reports concerning cybersecurity:

    The Privacy Office works closely with the Office of Cybersecurity & Communications (CS&C), and, within CS&C, the National Cybersecurity Division and the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), to integrate privacy protections into the Department’s cybersecurity activities. The following resources provide background on these efforts:

    • EINSTEIN 1 PIA Update. February 19, 2010 (PDF, 12 pages – 194 KB) DHS and the State of Michigan (“Michigan”) plan to engage in a 12-month proof of concept to determine the benefits and issues presented by deploying the EINSTEIN 1 capability to Michigan government networks managed by the Michigan Department of Information Technology (MDIT). This PIA updates the previous EINSTEIN PIAs listed below in one narrow aspect: the use of EINSTEIN 1 technology in a proof of concept with Michigan.

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