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NTIS - UCID 17422 - A TAXONOMY OF OPERATING-SYSTEM SECURITY FLAWS Organization: NTIS
ASC/X9 - X9.20 - SECURITIES INSTITUTIONAL DELIVERY SYSTEM Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 1998-07-29
Description: Describes the formats to be used by all institutions professionally engaged in the securities business, in particular banks, brokers, investment managers, and money managers for purposes of processing security transactions through the National Institutional Delivery system operated by a Clearing Corporation or Depository.
MCGRAW - WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS SECU - WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS SECURITY Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: This is a must for engineers, professors, and water utility managers involved in the security of water supply systems. Written by a team of experts, this is the first book to provide comprehensive, state-of-the-art coverage of the safety and security of water supply systems.
DSF/ISO/DIS 34001.2 - SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Organization: DS
Description: This security management system standard addresses security-related risks of all acts and behaviour able to cause harm, damage, or loss to an organization's tangible and intangible assets, including people and environment.
LUL - S1739 - SECURITY PATCHING - ISSUE A1 Organization: LUL
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: Purpose The purpose of this standard is to detail the requirements for applying securityrelated updates (‘security patches’) in order to help secure TfL systems and applications in line with the secure builds and configurations policy.
FAA - FO 1370.86 - AVR INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROTECTION Organization: FAA
Date: 2001-03-01
Description: This order implements security policy defined in Order 1370.82, FAA Information Systems Security Program, and establishes minimum requirements for Information System Security (ISS) Protection to be implemented in the Regulation and Certification (AVR) line of business (LOB).
ASIS PSC.4 - QUALITY ASSURANCE AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT FOR PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES OPERATING AT SEA-GUIDANCE Organization: ASIS
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: It provides the guidance for a Quality Assurance and Security Management System (QASMS) for Maritime Private Security Service Providers including Private Maritime Security Companies (collectively "PMSCs") to provide quality assurance in all security related activities and functions while demonstrating accountability to law and respect for human rights.
BRE FB77 - EMBEDDED SECURITY PROCURING AN EFFECTIVE FACILITY PROTECTIVE SECURITY SYSTEM Organization: BRE
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: Without a doubt, there are plenty of facilities that require better security. Faced with a determined attack, many facility protective security systems will not perform as required.
PACKT - LEARNING IOS SECURITY - LEARNING IOS SECURITY Organization: PACKT
Date: 2015-02-27
Description: This book is intended for mobile security professionals who want to learn how to secure iOS operating systems and its applications.
AIR FORCE - AF I31-601 - INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Organization: AIR FORCE
Date: 2000-11-22
Description: This instruction implement Executive Order 12829, National Industrial Security Program, DOD 5220.22-M, National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), and DOD 5220.22-R, Industrial Security Regulation (ISR) and AFPD 31-6, Industrial Security.
SAE J1760 - DATA SECURITY SERVICES Organization: SAE
Date: 2001-12-01
Description: The IDB Gateway-- The IDB Gateway shall be considered an IDB Device operating on the IDB network. This SAE J1760 Data Security Services Recommended Practice defines security, when deemed necessary, between devices on the IDB, as granted by the resource providers.
LUL - S1741 - CLOUD CYBER SECURITY - ISSUE A1 Organization: LUL
Date: 2017-07-01
Description: Responsibility for security controls on cloud services is split between the TfL system owner and the service provider, depending on the level of control which has been procured.
CRC - KE12019 - INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORTATION SECURITY Organization: CRC
Date: 2016-04-19
Description: Now more than ever, it has become imperative for businesses operating in the transportation and transit sectors to develop comprehensive security programs accounting for both natural and man-made hazards and safeguarding people, places, and equipment—while at the same time ensuring operations continuity.
LUL - 5-461 - THE OVERARCHING SECURITY STANDARD - ISSUE A1 Organization: LUL
Date: 2004-04-01
Description: Operations, dealing with all physical and procedural security on operating sites, including the interface with InfraCos and the security of personnel.
FAA - FO 1370.112 - FAA APPLICATION SECURITY POLICY Organization: FAA
Date: 2010-10-05
Description: the establishment of the minimum required SDLC activities that must be included in all FAA software system development efforts, regardless of the platform or the lines of business staff office's (LOB/SO) iterative or traditional life cycle process in use; and b. that the LOB/SOs, all program and project managers, and all software development teams adequately plan for security by properly identifying, assessing and mitigating risks; including security controls in the software system design; adhering to agency and Federal Information Technology (IT) policies and regulations, and continually monitoring and assessing security through system retirement.
CRC - KE11111 - SECURITY PATCH MANAGEMENT Organization: CRC
Date: 2011-04-05
Description: It uses a format that is easy-to-understand and applicable regardless of the operating system, network device, or patch deployment tool.
DOT - 49 CFR PART 1580 - RAIL TRANSPORTATION SECURITY Organization: DOT
Date: 2017-10-01
Description: (1) Each freight railroad carrier that operates rolling equipment on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation; (2) Each rail hazardous materials shipper that offers, prepares, or loads for transportation in commerce by rail one or more of the categories and quantities of rail security-sensitive materials set forth in § 1580.100(b) of this part; (3) Each rail hazardous materials receiver, located within a High Threat Urban Area (HTUA) that receives in commerce by rail or unloads one or more of the categories and quantities of rail security-sensitive materials set forth in § 1580.100(b) of this part; (4) Each passenger railroad carrier, including each carrier operating light rail or heavy rail transit service on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation, each carrier operating or providing intercity passenger train service or commuter or other short-haul railroad passenger service in a metropolitan or suburban area (as described by 49 U.S.C. 20102), and each public authority operating passenger train service; (5) Each passenger or freight railroad carrier hosting an operation described in paragraph (a)(4) of this section; (6) Each tourist, scenic, historic, and excursion rail operator, whether operating on or off the general railroad system of transportation; (7) Each operator of private cars, including business/office cars and circus trains, on or connected to the general railroad system of transportation; and (8) Each operator of a rail transit system that is not operating on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation, including heavy rail transit, light rail transit, automated guideway, cable car, inclined plane, funicular, and monorail systems.
DOT - 49 CFR PART 1580 - RAIL TRANSPORTATION SECURITY Organization: DOT
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: (1) Each freight railroad carrier that operates rolling equipment on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation; (2) Each rail hazardous materials shipper that offers, prepares, or loads for transportation in commerce by rail one or more of the categories and quantities of rail security-sensitive materials set forth in § 1580.100(b) of this part; (3) Each rail hazardous materials receiver, located within a High Threat Urban Area (HTUA) that receives in commerce by rail or unloads one or more of the categories and quantities of rail security-sensitive materials set forth in § 1580.100(b) of this part; (4) Each passenger railroad carrier, including each carrier operating light rail or heavy rail transit service on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation, each carrier operating or providing intercity passenger train service or commuter or other short-haul railroad passenger service in a metropolitan or suburban area (as described by 49 U.S.C. 20102), and each public authority operating passenger train service; (5) Each passenger or freight railroad carrier hosting an operation described in paragraph (a)(4) of this section; (6) Each tourist, scenic, historic, and excursion rail operator, whether operating on or off the general railroad system of transportation; (7) Each operator of private cars, including business/office cars and circus trains, on or connected to the general railroad system of transportation; and (8) Each operator of a rail transit system that is not operating on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation, including heavy rail transit, light rail transit, automated guideway, cable car, inclined plane, funicular, and monorail systems.
DOT - 49 CFR PART 1580 - RAIL TRANSPORTATION SECURITY Organization: DOT
Date: 2015-10-01
Description: (1) Each freight railroad carrier that operates rolling equipment on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation; (2) Each rail hazardous materials shipper that offers, prepares, or loads for transportation in commerce by rail one or more of the categories and quantities of rail security-sensitive materials set forth in § 1580.100(b) of this part; (3) Each rail hazardous materials receiver, located within a High Threat Urban Area (HTUA) that receives in commerce by rail or unloads one or more of the categories and quantities of rail security-sensitive materials set forth in § 1580.100(b) of this part; (4) Each passenger railroad carrier, including each carrier operating light rail or heavy rail transit service on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation, each carrier operating or providing intercity passenger train service or commuter or other short-haul railroad passenger service in a metropolitan or suburban area (as described by 49 U.S.C. 20102), and each public authority operating passenger train service; (5) Each passenger or freight railroad carrier hosting an operation described in paragraph (a)(4) of this section; (6) Each tourist, scenic, historic, and excursion rail operator, whether operating on or off the general railroad system of transportation; (7) Each operator of private cars, including business/office cars and circus trains, on or connected to the general railroad system of transportation; and (8) Each operator of a rail transit system that is not operating on track that is part of the general railroad system of transportation, including heavy rail transit, light rail transit, automated guideway, cable car, inclined plane, funicular, and monorail systems.
DS/ISO 22313 - SOCIETAL SECURITY - BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - GUIDANCE Organization: DS
Date: 2013-01-15
Description: Organizations wishing to do so should use the ISO 22301, Societal security - Business continuity management systems - Requirements, to demonstrate conformance to others or seek certification/registration of its BCMS by an accredited third party certification body.

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