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Back MYSEA-Phase VII
|Division||Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
|Investigator(s)||Irvine, Cynthia E.|
|Sponsor||National Reconnaissance Office (DoD)|
In the DoD and Intelligence Community, access to information at different sensitivity levels is a critical capability, yet highly secure multi-level solutions that are context-adaptable, affordable, usable, and highly effective are not available.
MYSEA Phase VII will continue an effort to develop field-ready capabilities for multilevel, adaptive information and security services, which will demonstrate the feasibility of the MYSEA distributed architecture. Affordability is based on the judicious, minimized use of high assurance components; usability is supported via common commercial products and their interfaces; and the high assurance evaluation target reflects the comprehensive effectiveness of our solution.
MYSEA Phase VII comprises several research areas: distributed, multi-level security services; adaptive security support; infrastructure support; and evaluation/accreditation support. It extending MYSEA, this effort will be conducted in the controlled MLS test bed environment. This proposal is for a supplement to ongoing MYSEA Phase VII research.
|Keywords||Cyber Security Security Engineering Security Science High Assurance|
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