A policy for sending secret information over communications networks
Proposes that one of the fundamental design principles of information security is that information should be consistently protected, and that this principle should apply in all instances. Investigates how policies for sending secret information might be implemented, e.g. by encryption. Concludes that the policy applies to many environments.
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