multilevel security

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multilevel security

Processing data with different security clearances in the same system or network. Contrast with multiple single-level.
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2 of the MindServer platform contains additional enhanced features, including: Multi-level security, where MindServer 4.
Virtual ports offer all the key benefits of CCM physical ports: share mode, offline buffering, NFS, encryption, authentication, enterprise traps and multi-level security.
Running under Windows 98, NT, 2000, XP and SQL Server, on standard networks, full remote access with multi-level security is also available.
This is achieved through multi-level security that incorporates buffer overflow prevention, application sandboxing and application specific (layer 7) security technology, according to the company.
This point-of-sale automation software for K-12 cafeterias includes features such as free and reduced lunch program management, customizable reports, recertification letters, integrated word processor, auto-update technology, Web interface for students and parents to access account information and multi-level security.
This interface supports customized server names, simplifies creating user profiles and provides multi-level security of server environments.
The Nova Institution is a multi-level security institution for federally sentenced women.
Use of thin client technology to reduce the equipment footprint and allow multi-level security.
The tools meet regulatory requirements, provide a secure audit trail, multi-level security and record keeping without the use of paper.
Also outlined are Calibration Manager's features as they relate to Part 11, including electronic signature, multi-level security, audit trail, and validation documentation and procedures.
The new Total Security System (TSS) is producing high security products using multi-level security features under one integrated roof.
He is a member of the Department of Defense, Enterprise Document and Records Management Integrated Product Team and of the Intelligence Community Working Group on the Use of Multi-level Security Systems in Redaction and Declassification.

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