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Prior participation in General Accepted System Security Principles (GSSP), Information Technology Security Evaluation Criteria (ITSEC) and Department of Defense (DOD) Information Assurance Certification Initiatives.
The orange Book becomes the foundation for Information Technology Security Evaluation Criteria (ITSEC) released in 1990.
There are a number of ISMSs with related guidelines, such as the BS7799 [2][3][4][5] of England, the Common Criteria [6][7] international standard, the ISMS [8] of Korea, the DITSCAP [9][10], the Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC) [12] and the DIACAP [11][13][14] for the USA, the IT Security Evaluation Criteria (ITSEC) [15], and the IT Baseline Protection Manual [16][17][18][19] in Germany.
Common Criteria was developed through collaboration among national security and standards organizations within Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States, as a common standard to replace their existing security evaluation criteria. As such, it is strongly supported by each of the organizations involved.
Common Criteria evolved out of a combination of the American Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, and the European Information Technology Security Evaluation Criteria. It has been recognised as an international standard since 1999 and assures quality in the design, development and functionality of security products.
ITSEC (Information Technology Security Evaluation Criteria) E3, similar to Common Criteria Assurance Level EAL4, is recognised globally by industry and government bodies as the highest standard of e-security typically sought for commercial products.
The subsidiary is named partly after the team's concentration on operating system level chip development, and partly in reference to offering security beyond the six recognized levels of ITSEC (information technology security evaluation criteria).
These organizations, including the National Security Agency's National Computer Security Center, the European Information Technology Security Evaluation Criteria, the Canadian Criteria, the International Standardization Organization, and the International Electrotechnical Commission, are discussed in the text.
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