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Protecting intellectual property in space; Proceedings of the Aerospace Computer Security Conference, McLean, VA, March 20, 1985The primary purpose of the Aerospace Computer Security Conference was to bring together people and organizations which have a common interest in protecting intellectual property generated in space. Operational concerns are discussed, taking into account security implications of the space station information system, Space Shuttle security policies and programs, potential uses of probabilistic risk assessment techniques for space station development, key considerations in contingency planning for secure space flight ground control centers, a systematic method for evaluating security requirements compliance, and security engineering of secure ground stations. Subjects related to security technologies are also explored, giving attention to processing requirements of secure C3/I and battle management systems and the development of the Gemini trusted multiple microcomputer base, the Restricted Access Processor system as a security guard designed to protect classified information, and observations on local area network security.
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Legacy CDMS
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Conference Proceedings
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August 12, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1985
Subject Category
Space Communications, Spacecraft Communications, Command And Tracking
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Meeting: Protecting intellectual property in space
Location: McLean, VA
Start Date: March 20, 1985
Sponsors: NASA, AIAA, and Mitre Corp.
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