Monterey Security Architecture (MYSEA)
Center for Information Systems Security Studies and Research (CISR)
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The purpose of this research project is to develop high assurance security services and integrated operating system mechanisms that will protect distributed multi-domain computing environments from malicious code and other attacks. These security services and mechanisms will extend and interoperate with existing applications and open source operating systems, providing new capabilities for composing secure distributed systems using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components. The latter objective results from the realization that unless a secure system offers users the same sort of convenient interfaces they use when handling routine information, the secure system will fail due to lack of user acceptability.
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