The Navy has finalized the first eight in a series of more than two dozen planned foundational cybersecurity standards. These standards include: (1) Host Level Protection, (2) Network Firewall, (3) Network Intrusion Detection, (4) Systems and Intrusion Protection Systems, (5) Defense in Depth Functional Implementation Architecture, (6) Security Information and Event Management Implementation, (7) Information Security Continuous Monitoring, (7) Boundary Protection, and (8) Vulnerability Scanning. The cybersecurity standards apply to all Navy IT systems, which include business systems; command and control systems; combat systems; weapon systems; navigation systems; machinery control systems; hull, mechanical and electrical systems; and propulsion systems. The Navy cybersecurity standards are available in their entirety only to U.S. Government organizations and authorized industry companies.
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