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CDSACommon Data Security Architecture
CDSACics Dynamic Storage Area
CDSAControlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada)
CDSAComprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis
CDSACommon Data Security Architecture (Intel API)
CDSAContent Delivery and Storage Association (formerly the International Recording Media Association)
CDSACanadian Disability Studies Association
CDSACanadian Deaf Sports Association
CDSACommunity Day School Association
CDSACombat Direction Systems Activity (US Navy; Dam Neck, VA)
CDSACommunity Development Support Association
CDSACentre for Development Studies and Activities (India)
CDSACentral Delaware Soccer Association
CDSACanadian Dam Safety Association
CDSAComplete Digestive Stool Analysis
CDSACoraopolis District Sportsmen's Association (Coraopolis, PA)
CDSAClass D Surface Area
CDSAColorado Disc Sports Association
CDSAComprehensive Diagnostic Stool Analysis
CDSACommunity Development and Substance Abuse
CDSAComplex and Dynamic Systems Architectures
CDSAChild Development/School-Age
CDSACommittee for Disabled Student Accessibility
CDSACalifornia Dental Society of Anesthesiology (San Gabriel, CA)
CDSAChild Development Service Agencies
CDSACalifornia Division of the State Architect
CDSAChapter Distinguished Service Award
CDSACanadian Dual Sport Association
CDSACiudad y Departamento de Santa Ana
CDSACorps Data Staging Area
CDSACorporate Direct Sales Associate
CDSACareer Development and Staff Appraisal (UK)
CDSACommon Digital Sensor Architecture (US Navy)
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announced at the RSA Europe security conference it would deliver its Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA) software to the industry at no cost.
The new HP-UX 11 release will also support Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA), a meta-national encryption management scheme that allows companies to use the highest level of encryption available in any country to serve up web pages; the release will also include support for the IPSec security standard.
Meanwhile, in partnership with Intel Corp, Bull plans to port the common data security architecture (CDSA) to Linux.
It is compatible with the OpenGroup's Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA).
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