Systems engineering applies through the entire process of development, from concept until final disposal. And to keep your system secure, you need to understand the principles of secure design. Nine modules take the student through security models, evaluation models, popular security models (such as Bell-LaPadula, State Machine, Clark & Wilson and more), common criteria and the certification and accreditation process, with quick stops at useful items such as the Rainbow Series and the secure design life cycle. Includes vocabulary, definitions, lattice diagrams and even some notes on obsolete models.
Secure Design PrinciplesDuration: 5:23
Security Models Part 1Duration: 5:30
Security Models Part 2Duration: 6:51
Security Models Part 3Duration: 5:45
Security ModesDuration: 2:29
Evaluation ModelsDuration: 4:13
Rainbow SeriesDuration: 2:12
Common CriteriaDuration: 4:26
Certification and AccreditationDuration: 2:25
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