OPSEC


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AcronymDefinition
OPSECOperations Security
OPSECOperational Security (less common)
OPSECOpen Platform for Secure Enterprise Connectivity (software; Check Point)
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OPSEC is really about protecting our unclassified sensitive information, whether in the content we post or send online, what we say in public, or how we project (indicate) our next move.
Placing a greater emphasis on commander implementation of OPSEC.
Working with Aladdin via our OPSEC program enables us to provide integrated security solutions with leading vendors, so that our customers can stay continually updated and protected against the latest security events that threaten to plague their networks.
According to Symantec, the OPSEC certification makes sure that integration is seamless when its security experts collect log data from Check Point's security gateways.
Achieving OPSEC certification helps to build synergy and compatibility between our two very complementary technologies and ultimately a stronger security deliverable for our combined customer base," said Bertil Tiusanen, president and chief executive officer of Protegrity.
A basic premise of the OPSEC discipline is that not all information merits protection.
Practicing OPSEC and understanding the OPSEC process will facilitate protecting critical information," said Jim Magdalenski, director of the Naval OPSEC Support Team.
Achieving Check Point OPSEC certification demonstrates our commitment to industry standards and providing best of breed solutions to our clients.
OPSEC (Open Platform Security) is the industry's open, multi-vendor security framework.
The OPSEC certified solution offers customers the added benefit of assured business continuity and the ability to strengthen and streamline their overall network security infrastructure.
OPSEC certification for Forum Systems products translates into improved security and lower operational costs.