|Private Review of Agency Security Arrangements||1|
|Private Review of Agency Security Arrangements||3|
|Membership of the Committee||11|
|Terms of reference||13|
|List of abbreviations||15|
|List of recommendations||17|
|2 Personnel Security||29|
|3 Physical Security||45|
|4 Information Technology Security||57|
|5 Legislation dealing with Espionage Crime||65|
|A Appendix A - Section 29 of the Intelligence Services Act 2001||67|
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| title=Private review of agency security arrangements
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