4 edition of Security policy for the WWMCCS intercomputer network found in the catalog.
Security policy for the WWMCCS intercomputer network
United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff.
|Other titles||WWMCCS intercomputer network.|
|Series||JCS pub / Joint Chiefs of Staff -- 6-03.7., JCS pub -- 6-03.7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf)|
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Security policy for the WWMCCS intercomputer network by United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff.; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Command and control systems, Military Communications, Security measures, Unified operations (Military science); Places: United States.
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The WWMCCS Intercomputer Network (WIN) 2. Open System Architecture B. THE BASIC REFERENCE MODEL FOR OPEN SYSTEMS INTERCONNECTION 1.
The Physical Layer 2. The Data Link Layer 3. The Network Layer (Layer 3) 4. The Transport Layer (Layer 4) 5. The Session Layer (Layer 5) 6. The Presentation Layer (Layer 6) 7. The Application Layer (Layer 7) 8. The World-Wide Military Command and Control System (WWMCCS) Intercomputer Network (WIN) was a centrally managed information processing and exchange network consisting of.
Security Policy for the WWMCCS Intercomputer Network (Cited in para c(2).) (This publication may be obtained from U.S. Army AG Publication Center, Eastern Blvd., Baltimore, MD ) NCSC-TG Joint Pub SECURITY POLICY FOR THE WWMCCS INTERCOMPUTER NETWORK PREFACE 1.
Purpose. This publication provides minimum AIS security requirements necessary to protect WIN resources (equipment, personnel, data, etc.) from denial of use, damage, tampering, espionage, fraud, misappropriation, misuse, unauthorized modification, and unauthorized File Size: KB.
The WWMCCS ADP program, consisting of data communication lines, an intercomputer network, computers, and software capabilities, is an essential resource that can enable WWMCCS to achieve its intended purpose.
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The Dean is responsible for ensuring that all student users are aware of Texas Wesleyan policies related to computer and communication system security. Users are responsible for complying with this and all other Texas Wesleyan policies defining computer and network security measures.
Indeed, a full treatment of even a single WWMCCS asset or subsystem-the Defense Satellite Communications System, Extremely Low Frequency Communications, the National Military Command System, to name but a few-could itself constitute a substantial work.
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JointPub Security Policy for the WWMCCS Intercomputer _ The World Wide Military Command and Control System (WWMCCS) is constituted of four general types of elements: sensors, com-mand posts, computers, and communications networks. Whereas previous books dealt mainly with the first two types, this book is concerned far more strongly with the second two.
Nor has any previous writer dealt with WWMCCS comprehen. WWMCCS Intercomputer Network Mid-Range Improvement Plan JCSM 8 Apr 6: USCINCPAC Recovery Plan: 11 Jun 7: POW-MIA Fact Book: 00 Jul POW-MIA Fact Book: 00 Aug News Release: Signing of Peace Agreement in Analysis of National Security Policy Implications of Non-lethal Weapons: F Sep, The Worldwide Military Command and Control System (WWMCCS) Intercomputer Network (WIN) was a centrally managed information processing and exchange network consisting of large-scale computer systems at geographically separate locations, interconnected by a dedicated wide-band, packet-switched communications subsystem.
UNCW NETWORK AND DATA SECURITY POLICY Page 3 of 13 B. Data Classification/Public Records All data residing on university computers, or on backup media retained for the purpose of bus iness continuity and disa ster recovery, is subject to the N.C.
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jCS RAili COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM MASTER PLAN (U) CLASSIFIED BY MULTIPLE SOURCES PACOM HEADQUARTERS REVIEW ON jU cii-lL::G00 Copy Copies WOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN. WWMCCS functions from DCSOPS to ACSAC. Among the functions for which the ACSAC now holds responsibility is the Army’s WWMCCS Intercomputer Network (ARWIN).
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The Army also supported other military services and Department of Defense agencies in their work on the plan. In a related project, the prototype WWMCCS intercomputer network reached the point of experimental use.
The Army used it successfully in Elegant Eagle, a command post exercise sponsored by the Joint Chiefs of Staff.Numerical Listing Of Joint Publications # 14 Jan 93 Security Policy for the U J-6 Supersedes WWMCCS Intercomputer Network Joint Pub dated Apr 88 (To become CJCSI ) Oct 92 US Message Text Formatting S J-6 Pubs (JIEO) must be ordered as a complete set.