Definition Edit

System security requirements are

[s]ystem requirements that have security relevance. They define the protection capabilities provided by the system, the performance and behavioral characteristics exhibited by the system, and the evidence used to determine that the system security requirements have been satisfied.[1]

Overview Edit

"Each system security requirement is expressed in a manner that makes verification possible via analysis, observation, test, inspection, measurement, or other defined and achievable means."[2]

References Edit

  1. NIST Special Publication 800-160, at B-14.
  2. Id.

See also Edit

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