Term:Security Domain

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DoDD 8500.01E

Security Domain - Within an information system, the set of objects that is accessible. Access is determined by the controls associated with information properties such as its security classification, security compartment or sensitivity. The controls are applied both within the information system and in its connection to other classified or unclassified information systems. E2.1.38.

DSS Glossary

Security Domain - Within an information system, the set of objects that is accessible. Access is determined by the controls associated with information properties such as its security classification, security compartment or sensitivity. Controls are applied both within the information system and in its connection to other classified or unclassified information systems.

NIST IR 7298

Security Domain - A collection of entities to which applies a single security policy executed by a single authority. SOURCE: FIPS 188

NIST IR 7298

Security Domain - A set of subjects, their information objects, and a common security policy. SOURCE: SP 800-27A

NIST SP 800-27rA

Security Domain - A set of subjects, their information objects, and a common security policy.

NIST SP 800-33

Security Domain - A set of subjects, their information objects, and a common security policy.

NIST SP 800-53r3

Security Domain - A domain that implements a security policy and is administered by a single authority. [CNSSI 4009]

NIST SP 800-57P1

Security Domain - A system or subsystem that is under the authority of a single trusted authority. Security domains may be organized (e.g., hierarchically) to form larger domains.