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Proposed authorities & capabilities for CSE: D96-3/2017E-PDF

increased accountability measures.

"The Communications Security Establishment, known as CSE, is Canada’s centre of excellence for cyber operations and is one of Canada’s key security and intelligence agencies. We are at the forefront of cyber security, operating in a technological world that is rapidly evolving. In order to continue to protect Canadians and clearly outline what CSE is permitted and authorized to do, we need updated legislation. The CSE Act will clarify how we are authorized to operate in cyber space, protecting Canadians at home and abroad from threats to our security, stability, and economic prosperity"--Provided by publisher.

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Department/Agency Communications Security Establishment (Canada)
Title Proposed authorities & capabilities for CSE
Subtitle increased accountability measures.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Pouvoirs proposés et capacités du CST: mesures accrues de reddition de comptes.
Date [2017]
Number of Pages [1] p. :
Catalogue Number
  • D96-3/2017E-PDF
Subject Terms Federal institutions, Computer security, National security, Legislation