This is the first of four reports assessing the deployment
of technologies (i.e., equipment and procedures) by the Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA). This assessment of the
1997–1998 deployment of technologies by the FAA to improve
aviation security was conducted by the Panel on Assessment
of Technologies Deployed to Improve Aviation
Security under the auspices of the National Research Council
(NRC) Committee on Commercial Aviation Security.
This is the first part of a four-part assessment that will be
completed in fiscal year 2001.
SOA End to End Security presents about Security Challenges in SOA, Project Summary, Prototype Development, Transition to Cloud Computing, Demo/Evaluation of the Proposed Solution (Security and Performance), Schedule and Timeline, Future Tasks.
This module provides an introduction to the purpose and structural components
of the Active Directory™ directory service in Microsoft® Windows® 2000.
At the end of this module, students will be able to:
Describe the role of Active Directory in Windows 2000.
Describe the logical structure of Active Directory.
Describe the physical structure of Active Directory.
Describe the roles of global catalog servers and operations masters in Active
Directory. Describe the security subsystem and the role of Active Directory in it....
The Internet Protocol (IP) Multimedia Subsystem, better known as "The IMS", is
based on the specification of the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) as standardized by
the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). But SIP as a Protocol is only one part
of it; the IMS is more than just a protocol. It is an architecture for the convergence of
data, speech and mobile networks and is based on a wide range of protocols, of
which most have been developed by the IETF.
The Mobile Detection Assessment and Response System, Exterior (MDARS-E) provides an automated robotic security capability for storage yards, petroleum tank farms, rail yards, and arsenals. The system includes multiple supervised-autonomous platforms equipped with intrusion detection, barrier assessment, and inventory assessment subsystems commanded from an integrated control station. The MDARS-E Intrusion Detection System consists of a motion sensor suite which is selectively enabled while the vehicle is momentarily halted in execution of pre-defined but randomly executed patrols.
History Design Principles System Components Environmental Subsystems File system Networking Programmer Interface
To explore the principles upon which Windows XP is designed and the specific components involved in the system To understand how Windows XP can run programs designed for other operating systems To provide a detailed explanation of the Windows XP file system To illustrate the networking protocols supported in Windows XP To cover the interface available to system and application programmers
Lecture 5: Use cases. The following will be discussed in this chapter: Actors, goals; sketchy/summary use cases; use case diagram; traceability matrix; system boundary and subsystems; detailed use case specification; system sequence diagrams; security and risk management.