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NAVY - OPNAV 5239.4

(N2N6) CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS CYBERSECURITY SAFETY PROGRAM

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 14 September 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 12
scope:

Purpose. The purpose of cybersecurity safety (CYBERSAFE) is to best position the U.S. Navy to fight and win with speed and agility in the increasingly contested and connected cyberdominated battlespace by providing maximum reasonable assurance of resiliency for mission critical industrial control systems, platform information technology (PIT), and information technology (IT) systems.

Applicability. This instruction applies to components of the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), fleet and echelon 2 commanders, Military Sealift Command (MSC), systems commands (SYSCOM), type commands (TYCOM), program executive offices (PEO), program managers, and other U.S. Navy acquisition and development activities that procure, design, construct, maintain, modernize, or test and evaluate Navy defense business systems, national security systems, Navy industrial control systems, and Navy PIT (hereafter referred to as "PIT-control") systems. Per reference (f), PIT-control systems include combat and weapons systems; navigation systems; propulsion systems; and hull, mechanical, and electrical systems to include systems, infrastructures, or software contractually operated on behalf of the U.S. Navy. This instruction does not apply to any organization or activity exempted by statute or policy.

Document History

OPNAV 5239.4
September 14, 2018
(N2N6) CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS CYBERSECURITY SAFETY PROGRAM
Purpose. The purpose of cybersecurity safety (CYBERSAFE) is to best position the U.S. Navy to fight and win with speed and agility in the increasingly contested and connected cyberdominated...

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