Re: I-0463: Hardware Inclusion In A TOE With FPT_SEP
On July 17, 2002 08:05, "Daniel P. Faigin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> As for the UK interpreting something: It wasn't an interpretation. In
> my knowledge, the UK has no formal interpretations or guidance process; no
> equivalent to what the NIB and ODRB output. They certainly haven't made
> anything public or out for public review.
Actually, I seem to recall from the 3rd ICCC that the UK CCIMB
representative, Denise Cater (or maybe it was someone else?), did describe
a formal national interpretations and guidance process, but explained that
was not open to the public. Maybe someone from the UK can comment?
> REMEMBER, and I'll say it again: I-0463 was for the case where there are
> appropriate objectives for the IT environment. In the presence of such
> objectives, the door has been opened to an argument that there is
> external support.
It is interesting to note how the Oracle DBMS.PP uses FPT_SEP: it refines
the TOE SFR to refer to "DATABASE subjects" rather than "subjects", and
defines an environmental security objective for the underlying operating
to protect from tampering the files used by the DBMS to store the database
and the TOE processes managing the database.
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