Inderscience Publishers
Inderscience Publishers

DoD cyber technology policies to secure automated information systems


Availability, integrity, and confidentiality (AIC) is a key theme everywhere as cyber security has become more than an emerging topic. The Department of Defense (DoD) has implemented multiple processes such as the Department of Defense information assurance certification and accreditation process (DIACAP), common criteria (CC), and created proven baselines to include information assurance (IA) controls to protect information system (IS) resources. The aim of this research study shall provide insight to the applicable processes, IA controls, and standards to include providing a method for selecting necessary government models and for system development.

Keywords: cyber security, risk management, information assurance, corporate governance, security controls, certification and accreditation, C&, A, Department of Defense, DoD, USA, United States, information systems, standards, common criteria

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