Jan, 1973
Preliminary Notes on the Design of Secure Military Computer Systems
National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)
Schell, Roger R.; Downey, Peter J.; Popek, Gerald J.
This document is a collection of internal working notes produced by members of the Computer Security Branch, Directorate of Information Systems Technology. Although the preliminary nature of these notes is emphasized, we hope they will be an aid to understanding the direction of ongoing computer security efforts, until such time as more complete results are available.
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  • Authors
    Schell, Roger R.
    Downey, Peter J.
    Popek, Gerald J.
  • Publisher
    National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)
  • Date
    Jan, 1973
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
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  • Subjects
    Infrastructure protection/Computer networks
    Technology/Information technology

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