[CESG] SEA-R-2018-06-01 Change Security Glossary from Green Book to Magenta Book
Shames, Peter M (312B)
peter.m.shames at jpl.nasa.gov
Fri Jun 1 22:14:27 UTC 2018
Please find below the SEA resolution to change the Sec WG Security Glossary from Green Book to Magenta Book
Summary of resolution:
Resolution 1: Change Security Glossary from Green Book to Magenta Book
SEA-R-2018-06-01 Change Security Glossary from Green Book to Magenta Book
The System Engineering Area,
The current Sec WG Security Glossary was published as a Green Book, and that
The Sec WG wishes to use this document as a normative reference in other Security WG documents.
And RECOGNIZING that:
The CCSDS Organization and Processes (A02.1-Y-4 cor 2) 126.96.36.199 Magenta Book Normative document states
188.8.131.52 Recommended Practices are normative and have prescriptive content but are typically not directly implementable for interoperability or cross support. They may be of several types:
a) specifications that are “foundational” for other specifications, but within themselves do not define content in a way that allows independent development and testing of separate but interoperable systems;
The CCSDS Publications Manual states that the Definition sections of CCSDS documents are considered to be normative content, and that
The Security Glossary is, by its nature, a sort of extended Definitions section, intended for normative reference in multiple documents, and that
The CCSDS Organization and Processes (A02.1-Y-4 cor 2) requires that an AD shall ask the CMC for permission to change the type of a book (from Green to Magenta in this case), and that
The Sec WG wishes to make this change, recognizing that there will be some small amount of added resource and delay due to re-formatting and Agency Review, and that
The SEA AD approves and encourages making this change.
RESOLVES to request:
That the Secretariat initiate a poll requesting CMC approval to change the SEA Sec WG Security Glossary from Green to Magenta, and that
The CMC approves the extension to the schedule to allow this to occur.
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