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=== Control system ===
 
=== Control system ===
   
"The level of trustworthiness for organizational [[control system]]s is defined in terms of degree of [[correctness]] for intended [[functionality]] and of degree of [[resilience]] to [[attack]] by [[explicit]]ly identified levels of [[adversary]] [[capability]]. In addition, but not as a replacement for this expression of degree of [[correctness]] and [[resilience]], the level of trustworthiness may also be described in terms of levels of [[developmental assurance]], that is, actions taken in the [[specification]], design, development, [[implementation]], and operation/[[maintenance]] of the [[control system]] that impact the degree of [[correctness]] and [[resilience]] achieved. Trustworthiness may be defined as different levels on the basis of [[component]]-by-[[component]], [[subsystem]]-by-[[subsystem]], [[function]]-by-[[function]], or a combination of the above. However, typically [[function]]s, [[subsystem]]s, and [[component]]s are highly interrelated, making separation by trustworthiness perhaps problematic and, at a minimum, something that likely requires careful attention in order to achieve practically useful results."<ref>[[Catalog of Control Systems Security: Recommendations for Standards Developers]], at 32.</ref>
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"The level of trustworthiness for organizational [[control system]]s is defined in terms of degree of [[correctness]] for intended [[functionality]] and of degree of [[resilience]] to [[attack]] by [[explicit]]ly identified levels of [[adversary]] [[capability]]. In addition, but not as a replacement for this expression of degree of [[correctness]] and [[resilience]], the level of trustworthiness may also be described in terms of levels of [[developmental assurance]], that is, actions taken in the [[specification]], design, development, [[implementation]], and operation/[[maintenance]] of the [[control system]] that impact the degree of [[correctness]] and [[resilience]] achieved. Trustworthiness may be defined as different levels on the basis of [[component]]-by-[[component]], [[subsystem]]-by-[[subsystem]], [[function]]-by-[[function]], or a combination of the above. However, typically [[function]]s, [[subsystem]]s, and [[component]]s are highly interrelated, making separation by trustworthiness perhaps problematic and, at a minimum, something that likely requires careful attention in order to achieve practically useful results."<ref>[[Catalog of Control Systems Security: Recommendations for Standards Developers]], at 32.</ref>}}
   
 
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