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What does PDD-63 stand for?

PDD-63 stands for Presidential Decision Directive 63


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Additional Information and Links: * Memorandum For Chief Information Officers Of Executive Departments And Agencies re: Transition to IPv6 * YouTube: PoliWall Security Appliance Demonstration * Twitter: @Poliwall About TechGuard TechGuard Security, founded in February 2000 in direct response to Presidential Decision Directive 63, provides trusted and innovative Critical Infrastructure Protection to the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, federal agencies, and financial and healthcare clients.
org/wiki/Common_Criteria * YouTube: PoliWall Security Appliance Demonstration * Twitter: @Poliwall About TechGuard TechGuard Security, founded in February 2000 in direct response to Presidential Decision Directive 63, provides trusted and innovative Critical Infrastructure Protection to the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, federal agencies, and financial and healthcare clients.
In 1998, the President issued Presidential Decision Directive 63 (PDD 63), which described a strategy for cooperative efforts by government and the private sector to protect the physical and cyber-based systems essential to the minimum operations of the economy and the government.
Because the electrical grid has been identified as part of the national critical infrastructure by Presidential Decision Directive 63, proper information security procedures are even more critical.
Designed to meet Presidential Decision Directive 63 (PDD-63) and emerging industry regulations and standards such as those being published by the American Gas Association (AGA) and the North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC), the product addresses not only the security of SCADA connections, but also equally vulnerable maintenance port access of Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) and Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs) used throughout these networks.