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ARMY - AR 380-19 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY Organization: ARMY
Date: 1998-02-27
Description: Describes ISS policy as it applies to security in the following areas: (1) Hardware. (2) Software. (3) Procedures.
CJCSI 6211.02D - DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK (DISN) RESPONSIBILITIES Organization: CJCS
Date: 2012-01-24
Description: Information technology (IT), security, connection, and DOD Chief Information Officer (CIO) waiver requirements for non-DISN DOD networks such as the Defense Research Engineering Network (DREN), SECRET Defense Research Engineering Network (SDREN), Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System (CENTRIXS), or other DOD networks (e.g., standalone or training enclaves) not connected to the DISN are outside the scope of this instruction.
DODD - DODD 5200.44 CE-01 - PROTECTION OF MISSION CRITICAL FUNCTIONS TO ACHIEVE TRUSTED SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS (TSN) Organization: DODD
Date: 2016-08-25
Description: The TSN strategy integrates robust systems engineering, supply chain risk management (SCRM), security, counterintelligence, intelligence, cybersecurity, hardware and software assurance, and information systems security engineering disciplines to manage risks to system integrity and trust.
DODD - DODD 4630.09 - COMMUNICATION WAVEFORM MANAGEMENT AND STANDARDIZATION Organization: DODD
Date: 2015-07-15
Description: Applies to all information technology (IT) and national security systems (NSS) acquired, procured (systems or services), or operated by any DoD Component to include DoD software communication waveforms, wireless (as defined in DoDD 8100.02 (Reference (e))) products, and associated technology, processes, personnel, programs, and organizations that initiate, develop, test, and use waveforms.
FAA-P-1810 - INTERIM ACQUISITION RISK MANAGEMENT GUIDANCE Organization: FAA
Date: 1994-06-14
Description: That program consists of about 60 local area networks, made up of (COTS) microprocessor driven computers, tied together with some COTS operating system software, and will employ application specific software that will be written, using specifications derived from an already existing system.

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