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Trusted Network Interpretation of the TCSEC. Purple Book – the DoD Trusted Database Management System. Green Book – the DoD Password Management Guideline. Amber Book – the Guide to Understanding Configuration Management in Trusted System. The Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC) specifies criteria for evaluation systems: A set of laws, rules, and practices called the security policy must be available to describe how to regulate how an organization manages, protects,
Access control lists (ACLs) are used to permit or limit traffic based on an attribute or providing permissions within a specific system based on policy. They are a form of a DAC. ACLs are typically a list of users given access to a given system with specific permission. They are often implemented with access control matrices (ACMs). An ACM is a table structure for an ACL. Subjects and objects are both identified and permissions are incorporated. 5.3.4 Types of Access Control When rules are
deviation from expected behaviors and is employed by traffic anomaly-based IDS. The specific attributes include: Watches for new services or unusual traffic patterns. DoS floods and unknown attacks can be identified. Tuning the system can be difficulty. The normal traffic conditions must be clearly understood. 5.3.9 Cryptography Methods Two primary methods are used to encrypt data: stream and block. Stream-based ciphers are often found in hardware implementations while
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facing countries and enterprises. Managing Security of Informational – defined the importance of confidentiality, integrity, and availability by the International Federation of Accountants. Guide for Assessing the Security Controls in Federal Information Systems (NIST 800-53A) – developed by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for use by federal agencies to provide adequate information security. Though the document is specifically designed for federal use, it can