Gain an understanding of the history of multilevel security systems and how they can be applied to solve challenging system engineering problems involving data from multiple security domains. An overview of existing MLS technologies and foundational concepts necessary to build a new system, MLS accreditation processes, existing MLS solutions, and the risk management process associated with MLS will be covered. Students will additionally gain an understanding of how to test a multilevel security system and the trade-offs associated with introducing multilevel concepts to an existing system architecture.
This course is classified. Attendance is restricted to US citizens with the appropriate security clearance and need-to-know. All contractors wishing to attend a need-to-know classified course must have a US government sponsor or contracting officer signature.
Georgia Tech's Research Security Office will only process need-to-know certification and clearance forms with the appropriate signature. There are no exceptions to this policy. Eligibility questions should be directed to 404-407-6661. Attendees must fax the Need-to-Know Form to 404-407-8691.
Electronic devices, including but not limited to laptops, calculators, Fitbit and Garmins, are not permitted in the classroom. Limited storage compartments may be available in some locations.
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