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Communications protection

In telecommunication, communications protection is the application of communications security (COMSEC) measures to telecommunications systems in order to (a) deny unauthorized persons access to sensitive unclassified information of value, (b) prevent disruption of telecommunications services, or (c) ensure the authenticity of information handled by telecommunications systems.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

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