security target


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security target

[sə′kyu̇r·əd·ē ‚tär·gət]
(computer science)
A description of a product meeting the security and functionality requirements of a computing system.
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First, if an approved protection profile (PP)--a statement of security requirements that addresses existing threats in specific technology areas--exists, purchases are restricted to respectively: validated products that match that existing PP; products submitted for validation with a security target written against that PP; or other U.
The State Government will defer the start date of the Energy Security Target to 2020.
8221; The report also noted that by awarding a Common Criteria certificate, the Canadian Common Criteria Evaluation and Certification Scheme (CCS) asserts that the evaluated products comply with the security requirements specified in the associated security target.
We are unable to reach them," he stressed, pointing that the French and international forces had become a security target as well.
Without giving details, he said the cell had also begun planning a car bomb attack on "an oil site and a security target.
So it was left to the Division Three women to avert a whitewash - their victory all the more welcome as it lifted Riga towards their mid-table security target in their first National League season.
Source security tagging, which builds the security target into the product or in packaging at the point of manufacture, was the next logical step.
Without sustainable and productive soil resources, our production and food security target will be just a dream, Villar said.
They planned in fact to attack an oil installation and security target with rigged cars [car bombs].
Contract notice for Execution of the security target in Inherent Diggings Key workings.

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