NPFC - MIL-HDBK-232
RED/BLACK ENGINEERING-INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
|Publication Date:||25 July 1988|
This handbook provides guidance within the RED/BLACK concept for the engineering and installation of systems and facilities processing classified information. The engineering installation concepts contained herein should be selectively applied for control of TEMPEST at all Department of Defense (DoD) facilities where classified information is processed.
This handbook addresses and applies to the following general areas:
a. Power distribution, installation, and protection.
b. Equipment installation and protection.
c. Signal distribution, installation, and protection.
d. Filters and isolators.
e. Grounding, bonding, and shielding (GBS).
f. Physical security.
g. Administrative telephones.
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The purpose of this handbook is to provide basic guidance to engineers and installers of military departments and agencies in the design and installation of systems and facilities which accept,... View More
The purpose of this handbook is to provide basic guidance to engineers and installers of military departments and agencies in the design and installation of systems and facilities which accept, store, retrieve, manipulate, graph, archives integrate, and communicate classified information. When selectively applied, its principles support RED/BLACK and TEMPEST programs of the military departments to reduce the risk of clandestine exploitation of classified defense information. Its principles may also be applied to lesser degrees to systems processing unclassified information which may be sensitive due to provisions of public law.View Less