Guide to Understanding Configuration Management in Trusted Systems

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DIANE Publishing, 1988 - Computers - 31 pages
A set of good practices related to configuration management in Automated Data Processing systems employed for processing classified and other information. Provides guidance to developers of trusted systems on what configuration management is and how it may be implemented in the development and life-cycle of a trusted system.

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