A Guide to Understanding Security Testing and Test Documentation in Trusted Systems
DIANE Publishing, 1994 - 121 pages
Provides a set of good practices related to security testing and the development of test documentation. Written to help the vendor and evaluator community understand what deliverables are required for test documentation, as well as the level of detail required of security testing. Glossary. Diagrams and charts.
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