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Re: [ISN] Pentagon bans wireless from sensitive areas
From: InfoSec News (isnC4I.ORG)
Date: Tue Mar 27 2001 - 21:18:44 CST
Forwarded by: Dan Verton <Dan_Vertoncomputerworld.com>
I agree. I worked in a SCIF during the same timeframe and it was
standard policy not to carry cell phones or pagers into the SCIF. And
it was vigorously enforced.
I certainly wouldn't have tried to bring one of those devices into the
NMJIC or NMCC at the Pentagon either. It was common knowledge.
InfoSec News <isnC4I.ORG> on 03/26/2001 09:41:47 PM
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Forwarded by: Jason Ware <jwarecenterbeam.com>
"The Pentagon has begun prohibiting" Begun? I worked in a SCIF in
the early 90's and that policy was already vigorously enforced.
Looks like someone's trying to pass off old policy as new news.
From: InfoSec News [mailto:isnC4I.ORG]
Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2001 10:31 PM
Subject: [ISN] Pentagon bans wireless from sensitive areas
BY Bill Murray
The Pentagon has begun prohibiting workers in classified meeting areas
from using wireless devices unless they disable their transmission
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