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A concept of secure function is

[a] strategy for the proactive and reactive protection capability of the system throughout the system life cycle. This strategy strives to: prevent, minimize, or detect the events and conditions that can lead to the loss of an asset and the resultant adverse impact; prevent, minimize, or detect the loss of an asset or adverse asset impact; continuously deliver system capability at some acceptable level despite the impact of threats or uncertainty; and recover from an adverse asset impact to restore full system capability or to recover to some acceptable level of system capability.[1]

References Edit

  1. NIST Special Publication 800-160, App. B, at 167.

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