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Plans for developing and streamlining the national security system is closely watched by Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled who supports all efforts to provide security personnel with a favorable environment to perform their mission, Al-Fahad added.
Beijing: China passed a counter-espionage law on Saturday aimed at tightening state security and helping build a "comprehensive" national security system, state media reported.
government agencies, leverage industry expertise to protect national interests, and develop and maintain an accredited list of highly qualified cyber security providers who owners of National Security Systems (NSS) can call upon for incident response assistance on classified, unclassified, and national security systems.
Pisanchev, who stressed he has 20 years of experience, working in the national security system, admitted that talks over the matter were held with him, but his appointment as chief of DANS was only a possibility.
The chain of Static Sensors project being steered by the Indian Coast Guard, finds its origin in the recommendations made by the Group of Ministers (GoM) on reforming the National Security System, post-Kargil conflict.
Kolbai Musaev briefed the UN representatives about the current situation in the country and actions undertaken by the Kyrgyz government to reduce terrorism risks and threats, border reinforcement and overall improvement of the national security system.
for collecting and organizing, editor Davis (School of Advanced Military Studies at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas) describes the genesis of this two-volume reference as his own need for a who-what-when compendium of information on the Cold War national security system.
cleric from Yemeni origin, Anwar al Awlaki, is continuing and assured the national security systems are tracking weapon and financial sources of the AQAP.