Test plan framework for Cross Domain Solution (CDS) devices
Byrd, Peter R.
Boudreau, Michael W.
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DoD envisions and is currently developing a wide array of System of Systems and Net-centric warfighting systems that interconnect with many platforms and information repositories designed to provide warfighters information superiority over any adversary. It is critical that information and data passing through and between these systems is secure against any threat or attempt to access, manipulate, or change the data in any way. In addition, these systems are beginning to interconnect with other federal systems outside the purview of DoD. The DoD and other federal entities have developed differing certification processes and differing test and evaluation requirements to support the certification process. As the need for cross domain interconnectivity increases, the need for more standardized certification test and evaluation processes becomes apparent. The Joint Applied Project investigates and provides a comprehensive overview of the current Certification Test and Evaluation (CTandE) testing and reporting practices within the National Security Agency. The goal of this project is to identify and document both the process and methodology currently in use during CTandE testing, and to analyze alternative methods to enhance the efficiency and reduce the test duration using a Test Plan Framework.
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