olc opinions on cybersecurity measures

* OLC opinions regarding certain cybersecurity measures

Just posted to OLC’s website, these will be of interest to those interested in the intersection of law, privacy, technology, and security.  If that topic interests you, by the way, please note that it is the theme of this year’s Texas Law Review symposium (with the security aspect defined broadly to include intelligence collection, sharing, storage, and analysis, as well as cybersecurity and network operations).  That event will take place in Austin from February 4-6, 2010.  More info on that to follow in the near future.  For now, here are the two OLC opinions:

LEGALITY OF INTRUSION-DETECTION SYSTEM TO PROTECT UNCLASSIFIED COMPUTER NETWORKS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
(August 14, 2009) (added 09/18/09)

LEGAL ISSUES RELATING TO THE TESTING, USE, AND DEPLOYMENT OF AN INTRUSION-DETECTION SYSTEM (EINSTEIN 2.0) TO PROTECT UNCLASSIFIED COMPUTER NETWORKS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
(January 9, 2009) (added 09/18/09)

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