Increasing security for regulatory constrained systems, through new systems and architecture methodologies
In the Department of Defense (DoD) vulnerabilities can result in casualties, destruction of assets, or potentially allow the enemy to either escape or infiltrate a system. This is true for other systems such as those in the medical community and finance community as well. Vulnerabilities must be mitigated and risks be reduced to an acceptable level for a system to be considered compliant with mandatory regulations. Not only does the overall security posture affect a system, programmatic consequences can also significantly change the system design and implementation. These effects range from ...
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