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DoD Proposes New Records System to Facilitate Insider Threat Data Management

insider-threatThe Defense Department has proposed to develop a new records system to help DoD insider threat management and analysis center and military components manage their insider threat information and related programs.

DoD said in a notice posted May 19 on Federal Register it plans to establish the new system to comply with an executive order that seeks to change the way federal agencies protect classified networks from security vulnerabilities.

According to the department, the system will work to help DITMAC and DoD components develop recommendations to address potential insider threats, identify best practices in insider threat programs as well as detect, monitor and analyze data and systemic issues related to insider threats.

The platform will also cover various records including personal information as part of responses to questionnaires, data on foreign activities and contacts, reports of polygraph examinations, document control registries, nondisclosure agreements, and data collected through monitoring of user activity.

Comments to the proposed system of records are due June 20, according to the notice.

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