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This Instruction establishes the conditions for evaluation of cryptographic functionality, identifying which cryptographic algorithms may be subject to CC evaluation, and defining the respective responsibilities of the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSE) and the CC Evaluation Facility (CCEF).
"This document provides general specifications, as well as technical implementation details, for the provision of a walk-in, radio-frequency-shielded (RF-shielded) enclosure constructed to contain electromagnetic radiation emanating from equipment located within the enclosure.
Application of this document to shielded cabinets, shielded rack assemblies, and/or small shielded enclosures shall be approved by Communications Security Establishment (CSEC) on a case-by-case basis."
The information in this publication identifies and describes approved cryptographic algorithms and appropriate methods of use to protect the confidentiality of PROTECTED A and PROTECTED B information and the integrity of information to the medium injury level as defined in CSE’s ITSG-33 IT Security Risk Management: A Lifecycle Approach .
The purpose of this bulletin is to inform the Government of Canada (GC) of the Communications Security Establishment Canada's (CSEC) guidance regarding the use of commercial technologies to safeguard the communications of classified information at the level of SECRET within a departmental local enclave.
The following document is a policy/guidance document that reflects the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (U.S. EPA's) recent dietary risk assessment science policy/guidance paper entitled, Choosing a Percentile of Acute Dietary Exposure as a Threshold of Regulatory Concern (March 16, 2000).
This bulletin is intended for information security practitioners responsible for IT security risk management activities and is structured to be used within the framework of Information Technology Security (ITS) management activities defined within the publication: CSEC - IT Security Risk Management: A Lifecycle Approach (ITSG-33).
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Recent Approval of Two New Standards Recent Discussion on CEO Material Future Meeting Agendas May and September Contact Us
The Emergency Services Provider Fund is a program intended to assist emergency first responder organizations in Nova Scotia with the purchase of equipment used directly in response to a fire or emergency situation. The program will provide up to 75 per cent of the total capital cost up to a maximum grant of $20,000. This dataset includes the list of the providers that were approved, the inital project approval amount and the actual amount paid to each applicant based on the finished project. Funding for this program was last approved in 2018-19 budget.
Annual estimates of the percentage of establishments that reported drivers to the purchase of technologies, systems or equipment related to environmental protection by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) at the Canada level. The unit of measure is percent.