Definition Edit

The subject sensitivity level is

[t]he sensitivity level of the objects to which the subject has both read and write access. A subject's sensitivity level must always be less than or equal to the clearance of the user the subject is associated with.[1]

References Edit

  1. Guide to Understanding Configuration Management in Trusted Systems, Glossary, at 25.

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