CIE Engineering, Inc.
has supported the U.S. Government in identifying security threat
potentials, assessing their relative levels of risk and
compromise and developing countermeasures appropriate to those
levels of risk, in accordance with the Computer Security Act of
1987 (P.L. 100-235), COMSEC, INFOSEC, and COMPUSEC requirements.
The integration of computer and communications technologies have
increased the level of risk to security compromise in the area
CIE is committed not
only to identify and assess the potential security
vulnerabilities/threats that exist today but also to analyze the
potential of the planned systems and those of the future to
ensure the U.S. Government telecommunications goal of extending
access to the public is secure and safe.
CIE conducts analyses
of the physical, electronic, communications, spectral, and
environmental security areas of interest to the U.S. Government.
Reports of common interest to foreign Governments are provided
through the U.S. Government liaison representative. CIE
has developed various test systems and data collection set-ups
to monitor and detect security threat potentials and
deficiencies of future systems development applications
While not all of our work in this area can be disclosed, some specific examples include:
Radio Frequency Interference Field Surveys of Major
Physical Security/ Facility Access Control
Data Communications Security