The World Wide Web (WWW) is a system for exchanging information over the Internet. At the most basic level, the Web can be divided into two principal components: Web servers, which are applications that make information available over the Internet (in essence, publish information), and Web browsers (clients), which are used to access and display the information stored on the Web servers. This document focuses on the security issues of Web servers.
- OMB M-04-25 Reporting Instructions for the Federal Information Security Management Act (PDF, 269 KB, 28 pages, August 2004)
- OMB M-17-06, Policies for Federal Agency Public Websites and Digital Services (PDF) (1.2 MB, 18 pages, November 2016)
- Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002: FISMA Presentation to 2003 FISSEA Conference (PDF, 62.5 KB, 17 pages, April 2003)
- E-Government Act of 2002 (Section 207)
- OMB Circular A-130 Appendix III, Management of Federal Information Resources
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