The Federal Agency Security Practices (FASP) web site effort was initiated as a result of the success of the Federal CIO Council's Federal Best Security Practices (BSP) pilot effort to identify, evaluate, and disseminate best practices for CIP and security. NIST's Computer Security Division was asked to undertake the transition of this pilot effort to an operational program. As a result, NIST developed this web site.
The FASP web site contains information on:
FASP was developed as a mechanism to provide an easily accessible and useful source of information to Federal employees on effective information security tools and practices. This site posts information technology security practices implemented effectively within an organization.
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At this present time, there is no assigned staff person assigned to this project. If you email the CSRC webmaster, please allow 2-3 business days before hearing a response. We will try our best to get back to your inquiry as soon as possible. Thank you.
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For more information regarding the Federal Agency Security Practices (FASP) project, please visit the Computer Security Resource Center (CSRC).
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