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Exploring common criteria
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations, and the Census
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The Common Criteria originated out of collaboration between the governments of Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, UK, and the US. These six governments unified three previous standards, the Europ n 4 5 6 o using a single evaluation system. Currently in version , the Common Criteria is a framework in which computer systemFile Size: KB. The following documents and guidelines facilitate these needs. The Rainbow Series. The rainbow series is aptly named because each book in the series has a label of a different color. This 6-foot-tall stack of books was developed by the National Computer Security Center (NCSC), an organization that is part of the National Security Agency (NSA).
Designed for use by shopping for organizations, system integrators, producers, and Common Criteria testing/certification labs, Using the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation explains how and why to utilize the Common Criteria all through the acquisition, implementation or evaluation of an IT product, system, network, or suppliers contract. Organization (ISO)-approved Common Criteria. International Common Criteria The International Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (referred to as the Common Criteria, CC) is a joint effort between North America and the European Union to develop a single set of internationally recognized security Size: KB.
I think the criteria for judging a book would depend on the type of award. For instance, an award for a children's book would have different criteria than an award for a novel. The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (or "Common Criteria") is a multinational successor to the previous Department of Defense Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC or "Orange Book" criteria).
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This book, "EXPLORING COMMON CRITERIA: CAN IT ASSURE THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GETS NEEDED SECURITY IN SOFTWARE?", is a replication. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This book was created using print-on-demand technology.
The book is well organized, taking the reader from understanding Common Criteria and the process to preparing for an evaluation (developing a business case, allocating resources, and managing the scope of the evaluation) to running the project to finalization/5(3).
The book provides a background of Common Criteria, and an overview that includes the what's and why's, and how it relates to other standards.
They then systematically lead you through how to develop protection profiles, identifying targets of evaluation, developing a Cited by: Exploring common criteria: can it assure that the federal government gets needed security in software?: hearing before the Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations and the Census of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, first session, Septem The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation, referred to as Common Criteria, is an internationally recognized standard for computer security certification.
Common Criteria is a framework that assures that the process of specification, implementation, and evaluation of a computer security product has been rigorously tested in a repeatable manner. Designed to be used by acquiring organizations, system integrators, manufacturers, and Common Criteria testing/certification labs, Using the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation explains how and why to use the Common Criteria during the acquisition, implementation or evaluation of an IT product, system, network, or services contract.
Common Criteria, the procedures and its terms. Contrary to many books and white papers on the Common Criteria, I will not be copying in the content of the Common Criteria standard itself wholesale into this book. I consider that unnecessary padding of this book with information you as a reader should already be familiar.
Following her post about her favorite books she read last year, Laurie sent me another e-mail about her criteria for what makes a book good. It’s a great list and I thought I’d share it. Trying to figure out what I liked best got me thinking about what my criteria were. Just “I liked it.
The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (CC), and the companion Common Methodology for Information Technology Security Evaluation (CEM) are the technical basis for an international agreement, the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA), which ensures that.
Products can be evaluated by competent and independent licensed laboratories so as to. The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation is an international standard for computer security certification. It is currently in version revision 5. Common Criteria is a framework in which computer system users can specify their security functional and assurance requirements in a Security Target, and may be taken from Protection Profiles.
Vendors can then implement or make. The Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement covers certificates with claims of compliance against Common Criteria assurance components of either: Evaluation Assurance Levels 1 through 2 and ALC_FLR. Where a CC certificate claims compliance to Evaluation Assurance Level 3 or higher, but does not claim compliance to a collaborative Protection.
The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation and its companion, Common Methodology for Information Technology Security Evaluation (CEM), make up the technical basis for an international agreement, the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA).
The CC is the driving force for the widest available mutual recognition of secure IT products across the : Katie Moss Jefcoat. By reviewing the resources published in the field of E-books, 15 criteria along with components have been collectively discussed for evaluation of the suitable E-book for users and libraries.
Common Criteria Guidance for Developers – Evaluation Assurance Level 4 – v Each of these groups is described in its separate chapter. In these chapters we show you what you should deliver, how we may be able to assist you (some features of the Common Criteria are really hard to do yourself), and in some cases we provide a Size: KB.
Criteria for Evaluating a Book of Nonfiction With examples from the field of environmentalism Reading for pleasure is one thing, but reading for a purpose is quite another. Over the years I’ve found it useful to be able to quickly evaluate a book for its potential usefulness.
Common Criteria Quick Reference Card - PDF version has direct links to standards & guides - For Common Criteria (CC) edition R5 (). Designed and edited by Axel Rennoch and Jan de Meer. APE References  Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation, part 1: Introduction and general model ()File Size: 2MB.
The Common Criteria (C C) security framework. establishes a methodology to apply security standards to an IT system or product. and establishes the understanding of how specific Protection Profiles (PP) fit into the.
overall CC process. criteria for assessing the risk of a medical device are: the func-tion of the device (92 percent), the severity of adverse events (88 percent) and the frequency of use (77 percent).
The dif-ferent criteria and the percentage of risk assessment tools in which the different criteria are applied can be seen in. Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation.
The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (Common Criteria) is an international technical standard that allows for security evaluations of computer products and technology. By providing an independent evaluation of a product's ability to meet specific security requirements, Common Criteria certification.
The Common Criteria is the second major international information security criteria effort, following ITSEC. The Common Criteria uses ITSEC terms such as Target of Evaluation and Security Target. The Common Criteria was developed with the intent to evaluate commercially available as well as government-designed and built IA and IA-enabled IT.
Common Criteria is an internationally recognized set of guidelines for the security of information technology products. This video explains why Common Criteria certification is .Common Criteria Course (two days) published on Octo Brief introduction.
Common Criteria (ISO ) is the most widely used IT standard for evaluating and certifying products such as smart cards and other devices that implement security functionality.The Common Criteria, referred to as “the standard for information security,” represent the culmination of a year saga involving multiple organizations from around the world.
The major events are discussed below and summarized in Exhibit 1. A common misperception is that computer and network security began with the : Debra S.