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<p><b>1.&nbsp;Initiation and planning</b><br> At this stage, the administration initiates and plans the implementation of the program. A C&amp;A implementation expert lays out the documentation (including the business case and requirement documents) and presents it to the administration in the form of a comprehensive C&amp;A package.<br> &nbsp;</p> <p><b>2. Certification</b><br> At this stage, an external auditing team analyzes the C&amp;A package and the information security systems of the organization. The audits will include running vulnerability scans, conducting interviews, and checking if everything complies with the accepted standards and norms.<br> &nbsp;</p> <p><b>3. Accreditation</b><br> In the accreditation stage, the certifying authority will review the compiled C&amp;A package and will also go through the recommendations put forward by the auditing team. Before granting the accreditation, the authority will make its examination and see if there is a possibility of accepting non-remedied risks in the system.<br> &nbsp;</p> <p><b>4. Periodic monitoring</b><br> The system, the personnel, and the whole organization in general will be monitored periodically by a team whose sole responsibility is to ensure that the program stays operational as it should. Any risks, vulnerabilities, or threats that might arise during the monitoring stage will also have to be dealt with by the security enforcers of the organization.<br> &nbsp;</p>
A group of people duly authorized to conduct attacks against friendly information systems, under prescribed conditions, for the purpose of revealing the capabilities and limitations of the information assurance posture of a system under test. For purposes of operational testing, the Red team will operate in as operationally realistic an environment as feasible and will conduct its operations in accordance with the approved operational test plan. Interdisciplinary group of individuals authorized to conduct an independent and focused threatbased effort as a simulated adversary to expose and exploit system vulnerabilities for the purpose of improving the security posture of information systems.
A team designed to accomplish specific onetime goals, which is disbanded once the project is complete.
An encryption technique that protects entire communications circuits by creating a secure tunnel between two points. This is done by using either a hardware or software solution that encrypts all traffic entering one end of the tunnel and decrypts all traffic exiting the other end of the tunnel. Encryption of information between nodes of a communications system. The application of online cryptooperations to a link of a communications system so that all information passing over the link is encrypted in its entirety.
An analysis that examines an organization’s information resources, its existing controls, and its remaining organization and computer system vulnerabilities. It combines the loss potential for each resource or combination of resources with an estimated rate of occurrence to establish a potential level of damage in dollars or other assets. An element of risk management that includes analyzing an environment for risks, evaluating each risk as to its likelihood of occurring and cost of damage, assessing the cost of various countermeasures for each risk, and creating a cost/benefit report for safeguards to present to upper management. Examination of information to identify the risk to an information system.

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