“Overall, TSA has implemented effective physical and logical security controls to protect its wireless network and devices. We did not detect any high-risk vulnerabilities on its wireless network infrastructure or rogue or unauthorized wireless networks or devices attributed to TSA or the Federal Air Marshal Service. Although we identified signal leakage from TSAs wireless network, we determined that this was not a security risk because of the mitigating controls implemented. However, we identified high-risk vulnerabilities involving patch and configuration controls. Improvements are needed to enhance the security of wireless components to fully comply with the departments information security policies and better protect TSAs and Federal Air Marshal Services wireless infrastructure against potential risks, threats, and exploits.”
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