DOD 8500.2 PDF
Abstract: From the time of its publication on February 6, , the Department of Defense Instruction “Information Assurance (IA) Implementation” (DoDI. (c) DoD Directive , “Global Information Grid (GIG) (d) DoD Instruction , “Information Assurance (IA) Implementation,”. February 6. The Department of Defense (DoD) provides its standard for information assurance in its Instruction , dated February 6, This Instruction lists ―IA.
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Summary of Part 3 Part 3 of our three-part cybersecurity tutorial Part 1Part 2 has focused on cybersecurity and the U.
This is discussed further below and will be more apparent in Figure 2. If you want to watch the video version of Part 3, look for it at the bottom of the cybersecurity landing page. It is presented in depth in Part 2. Tailoring the Initial Security Control Set Tailoring modifies and aligns the initial control set sod more closely account for conditions affecting the specific system i.
Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process
For example, under the HIGH potential impact: As outlined in CNSSIpreserving the three discrete components, rather than using the HWM, provides granularity in allocating security controls to baselines and reduces the need for subsequent tailoring.
The single-word subject of DoDI Level 6 is for classified information. STIGs document applicable DoD policies and security requirements for specific technical products, as well as best practices and configuration guidelines.
Document 850.02 above in the security plan. Once the security categorization of the IS is complete, the general steps to security control selection are selecting the initial security control set and then tailoring its elements.
Part 3: Cybersecurity and the U.S. Department of Defense
Identifying overlays that apply to the IS and its operating environment to account for additional factors beyond impact that influence the selection of security controls.
Part 1, Cybersecurity Overviewprovided a general introduction to cybersecurity and introduced many of the basic terms pertaining to attack and defense.
For example, References include: Key References in DoD Cybersecurity: Level 1 is for unclassified, public information, level 2 is for unclassified information with limited access, and impact levels deal with controlled unclassified information, CUI, of increasing confidentiality.
Highlighting some of these changes: As noted, the subject of DODI Levels handle increasingly controlled unclassified information.
Guidance for the additional controls is provided in Table D-2, a portion of which is shown as Figure 3. A severe or catastrophic adverse effect means that, for example, the loss of confidentiality, integrity, or availability might: Some of the policies outlined in DoDI Incorporated by reference in DoDI Tailoring modifies and aligns the initial control set to more closely account for conditions affecting the specific system i.
Determine whether or not additional assurance—related controls are needed to increase the level of trustworthiness in the information system. Guidance on Information System Security Control Selection, RMF Step 2 Once the security categorization of the IS is complete, the general steps to security control selection are selecting the initial security control set and 85002.
tailoring its elements.
Department of Defense DoD and its closer alignment with cybersecurity initiatives and standards in other parts of the Government. There are two levels of SGR, core more conceptual and technology.
DoD Cybersecurity: CNSSI , DoDI , etc.
Determining the impact values for all information types interacting with the IS and for the IS itself. The author of this three-part tutorial, Darrell Tanno, often engages in proposal support work and other marketing activities on a contract basis. Part 3 of this tutorial overview of cybersecurity focuses on the U.
Note that overlays are baseline-independent, meaning that they can be applied to any NSS baseline e. These are discussed in Part 2. Security controls for all six levels do rely upon FedRAMP as their basis, but each level dov further controls and enhancements. As discussed in Part 2, FedRAMP is a Government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.