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COMSEC

(COMmunications SECurity) A term used primarily by the military to denote measures for ensuring secure communications, including integrity and confidentiality during transmissions.
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Since there was no COMSEC device, either internal or external, provided to this equipment until late in the conflict, the only solution was to constantly stress the vulnerability of FM voice radio intercept and analysis and to carefully use signal operating instructions, off-line (paper) operations codes and authentication tables (challenge and reply) to provide net security.
Photo: The ComSec computer prioritizes alarms and displays plain-English reports as well as "immediate action' instructions.
If your unit is slated to deploy on a Pathways mission, try to coordinate in advance with all counterparts to resolve COMSEC issues before hitting the ground.
* COMSEC instruments such as secure telephone units (STU-IIIs) may become available for other offices.
Q7: What would happen if COMSEC were removed from MOS 25D?
SOME OF THOSE ITEMS INCLUDE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC) EQUIPMENT.
Highlighting the key considerations that went into designing of the product, Jatin Desai, Product Manager of Matrix Comsec said, "With our commitment to deliver cutting-edge technology and incorporate innovative techniques, Matrix has added fire alarm system in its security product portfolio after the success of time attendance and access control system.
Islamic Conference (COMSEC) scheduled to take place in Istanbul in October.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will attend the Permanent Committee of Social and Economic Cooperation (COMSEC) meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, on Monday.
COMSEC has launched a new version of Facility Master II, its time scheduling system for the reservation of rooms, resources or appointments.
Built by Racal Communications (Rockville, MD), the ruggedized package provides two embedded NSA-endorsed Type 1 COMSEC modes, VINSON and FED-STD-1023, over three FM bands in the 30- to 470-MHz region.