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NCSC

Abbreviation for:
National Care Standards Commission (transferred to Care Quality Commission, see there)
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At the moment, the security levels of different e-identification systems vary considerably from one member state to another.
She regarded that the coming stage is full of challenges and dangers on both the political and security levels.
The security level is the highest -- top secret, Sectra said.
The department began housing inmates by security levels in March, when each was rated on a 1-9 scale, with those rated 9 needing the highest security.
Passengers may experience longer delays as a result of the increased security levels.
For example, their owners have to name security officers, develop security plans, and comply with Maritime Security Levels.
operating limits, security levels, material protection, and troubleshooting) at a cost savings of about 50%.
The list contains a complete range of security levels and a broad spectrum of product types including personal digital assistants, secure radios, Internet browsers, virtual private network devices, PC postage equipment, cryptographic accelerators, secure tokens, and others.
Accommodations would be made for sensitive documents by assigning higher security levels to them.
A county jail inmate brought a [sections] 1983 action against a county alleging injuries suffered in an attack by fellow inmates were the result of the jail's practice of permitting inmates of different security levels to take recreation together.
A cover story is misinformation about the correct value of a set of attributes, promulgated at "lower" security levels in order to hide information known at "higher" levels.
PaperFree Medical Solutions is in the business of providing Medical Practitioners with professional and technical services, software and associated hardware solutions, which meet or exceed security levels specified by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

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