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Are trusted computer system standards useful for the development of systems whose criticality is other than security?

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4 Author(s)
Lubbes, H.O. ; US Naval Res. Lab., Washington, DC, USA ; Johnson, H.L. ; Pfleeger, C.P. ; Neumann, P.G.

A discussion is given on the application of the Department of Defense (DOD) trusted computer system evaluation criteria (TCSEC) and equivalent criteria to systems that must be trusted to support fail-safe (e.g., all failures leave the system in a safe state), mandatory sequence (no process is invoked out of sequence), guaranteed completion (processes are guaranteed to complete in a specific time allocation), integrity, guaranteed service, and authorized invocation (processes are guaranteed to be invoked only by authorized stimulus) policies.<>

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Computer Assurance, 1990. COMPASS '90, Systems Integrity, Software Safety and Process Security., Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference on

Date of Conference:

25-28 June 1990