Definition Edit

An information domain is

[a] three-part concept for information sharing, independent of, and across information systems and security domains that 1) identifies information sharing participants as individual members, 2) contains shared information objects, and 3) provides a security policy that identifies the roles and privileges of the members and the protections required for the information objects.[1]

References Edit

  1. CNSSI 4009.

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