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TCSECTrusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (US DoD standard)
TCSECTrusted Computer Security
TCSECTrusted Computer Systems Evaluation Criteria
TCSECTechnical Committee on Security (IEEE)
TCSECTrilateral Civil Society Education Consortium (various locations)
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This paper examined a variety of systems, the CC, BS7799, IT baseline protection manual, ISMS of Korea, ISMS of Japan, DITSCAP, DIACAP, TCSEC, and ITSEC.
Self- certification Difference * Emphasis * Emphasis * Emphasis of Process on technical on technical on automated security security support DoD interim guidance Specification * Provide * Protect * Provide Control correspondence information standard DoD Point method with system and Automated IT defense Tool infrastructure information and modules infrastructure Evaluation * Permitted * Follow C&A * Follow C&A Method auditor by process process BSI certify TCSEC Operation USA Area Basic * 4 Divisions Structure * 7 Classes Management 1.
The National Computer Security Center (NCSC) published the Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC) in 1983.
The TCSEC provides a basis for evaluation of the effectiveness of technical security controls built into ADP systems.
The TCSEC packages these requirements The TCSEC packages these requirements into hierarchically ordered divisions (C, B, A).
Although not described in the TCSEC, in the future we may be able to formally verify the source code against the formal specifications and against the formal security model.