Security Case and Design Good Practice


Risk Management

Qualititative - uses scales of Low, Medium, Highto describe the magnitude of potential consequence and its liklihood. 

Semi-Quantitative - Subjectie, simplifies numeric scales (0.01 to 1.00).

Quantitative - Objective. Uses 'realistic' numerical values to describe impact an likliihood. 

  • Single Loss Expectancy (SLO) X Annualised Loss Expectancy (ALE). 
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Common Criteria

Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation - International Standard for computer security verification. 

Security claims about a product can be independantly verified.

CC developed from 3 previous standards.

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Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria

Fundamental Computer Security Requirements

A secure system will control access to information such that only properly authorised individuals, or processes operating on their behalf, will have access to read, write, create and delete information. 

6 fundamental requirements are derived from this statement

  • Security Polocy - Explicit, Well defined, enforced
  • Marking 
  • Identification 
  • Accountability
  • Assurance
  • Continuous protection
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