Securing the U.S. Defense Information Infrastructure: A Proposed Approach

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Appendix F
MAPPING SECURITY SOLUTION TECHNIQUES TO
VULNERABILITIES
This appendix provides a detailed description of the matrix pre/ sented in Figure 5.1, which evaluates the applicability of the 13 pro/ tection technique categories introduced in Chapter Four to the 20 vulnerability attributes defined in Chapter Three. This mapping ma/ trix is reproduced below, in Figure F.1, for ease of reference. The color in a particular cell of the matrix indicates our evaluation of the relationship between the associated protection technique category (column) and vulnerability attribute (row). There are five possible designations for these evaluations:1
Addresses vulnerability (directly)—green
Addresses vulnerability (indirectly)—light green
Not applicable to vulnerability (directly)—blank
May incur vulnerability (indirectly)—light yellow
May incur vulnerability (directly)—yellow.

The remainder of the appendix is organized into 13 sections, one for each of the 13 security technique categories covered by the matrix. Each section includes a short paragraph for every vulnerability that, based on our evaluation, is affected by that security technique. These cell descriptions, which explain the reasoning behind the des/ ignations that we selected in each case, are grouped according to

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See Chapter Five for the definitions of these cell designations.

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