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Defense-in-breadth is

a planned, systematic set of multidisciplinary activities that seek to identify, manage, and reduce risk of exploitable vulnerabilities at every stage of the system, network, or subcomponent life cycle (system, network, or product design and development; manufacturing; packaging; assembly; system integration; distribution; operations; maintenance; and retirement).[1]

References Edit

  1. NIST Special Publication 800-39, at H-4, n.78.

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