Project Guardian

Project Guardian

(project, security)
A project which grew out of the ARPA support for Multics and the sale of Multics systems to the US Air Force. The USAF wanted a system that could be used to handle more than one security classification of data at a time. They contracted with Honeywell and MITRE Corporation to figure out how to do this. Project Guardian led to the creation of the Access Isolation Mechanism, the forerunner of the B2 labeling and star property support in Multics. The DoD Orange Book was influenced by the experience in building secure systems gained in Project Guardian.
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"West Midlands Police is committed to working to deter young people from carrying knives and have recently launched Project Guardian which is aimed at educating young people and combating youth violence.
"West Midlands Police is committed working to deter young people from carrying knives and have recently launched Project Guardian which is aimed at educating young people and combating youth violence.
West Midlands Police recently received PS7 million funding as part of Project Guardian, the majority of which it plans to plough into knife crime prevention.
Project Guardian saw suspects wanted for robbery and serious wounding put in handcuffs NEARLY 40 people have been arrested across the West Midlands - including in Coventry - as police launched a major operation targeting knife and violent crime suspects.
Project Guardian was launched in Birmingham last month to combat knife crime and youth violence across the West Midlands, funded with PS7million from the Home Office.
The result is Project Guardian - an initiative which aims to reduce serious violence in public spaces.
Now, "Project Guardian" has been set up to reduce serious violence, with a focus on reducing knife crime in young people.
Further improvements are now occurring for the UKASACS in the form of the Project GUARDIAN initiative.
Tips and complaints about misuse by some nannies of the Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP) had pushed CBSA Pacific Region in 2014 to start a data file called 'Project Guardian.' The region covers the western provinces of British Columbia and Yukon.
The high-profile online campaign aims to build on the success of Project Guardian, a long-term initiative to increase awareness and confidence amongst the public to report sexual offences - particularly those offences which are often unreported, such as sexual touching, exposure, outraging public decency, lewd comments, leering and harassment.
Speaking about the rise in sexual offences, BTP Chief Constable Paul Crowther said the force's Project Guardian had had a significant impact.
Across the pond, The Guardian is gaining traction with its e-book project Guardian Shorts.
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