DOD removes missile defense system report from Web site

The Defense Department has removed from the DOD inspector general’s Web site a critical report that states that the network that links radar systems, missile sites and command centers for the Missile Defense Agency’s (MDA) ground-based defense system has serious flaws in the security technologies, policies and procedures needed to protect the integrity, availability and confidentiality of information on the network.

Federal Computer Week published a digital version of the DOD IGN report on the security flaws in the GCN system and posted the report on its Web site.

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