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+ - NASA IG doubts space agency can hit mandatory computer encryption goals->

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coondoggie writes "NASA's Inspector General said this week it doubts the space agency can hit its own mandatory deadline to encrypt all laptops by December 21. The IG's office has written scathing reports on NASA's the encryption efforts in the past year and the latest item was no exception:

"In our judgment, it is extremely unlikely that the Agency will meet its December goal primarily because the Agency does not have a full account of the number of...laptops in its possession."

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NASA IG doubts space agency can hit mandatory computer encryption goals

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Committees have become so important nowadays that subcommittees have to be appointed to do the work.