Cyber-Communications Security (COMSEC)


Communications Security is the practice of preventing unauthorized interception/access of telecommunications traffic to its intended source. Without securing communications systems and the traffic that flows on those systems, organizations may discover that information is being leaked. Should organizations be providing classified services, there are requirements that must be followed, such as Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) developed by the NSA to supply electronic keys around the encryption of the COMSEC devices. COMSEC includes several disciplines:

  • Cryptographic Security
  • Emission Security
  • Physical Security
  • Traffic-Flow Security
  • Transmission Security
  • Electronic Key Management System

At CryptoForensics , we are ready to work on any assignment right from day one, utilizing our extensive experience in managing COMSEC projects. Further, we will rigorously comply with all COMSEC custodian and managerial duties.

 

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