Is hypertext a solution to implementing an ADP security program in DON? Issues and problems
VanMeter, Robert Andrew
Bui, Tung Xuan
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The goal of this thesis is to provide an overview of hypertext to determine its feasibility for resolving some of the problems currently facing newly assigned and inexperienced ADP security officers. The proclivity within DOD for using documents in virtually every facet of work suggests that hypertext has a promising future in the DOD. To implement an ADP security program in the Navy, the information presented in the DON AIS Security Guidelines should be carefully selected and filtered to derive a tool that provides an effective and circumstance-shaped source of information, guidance and reference. From a design standpoint, it is important to integrate hypertext technology with other computer based tools — such as expert systems and simulation models — to fully exploit the potential of this new technology.
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