This Technical Specification (TS) provides a set of cybersecurity requirements for cloud services.
This TS is applicable to organizations providing cloud services and their subservice organizations

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Hyperloop transport services are designed to support passenger transport and cargo transport. For each of the transport service user/customer requirements and expectations are different.
This document defines the hyperloop transport services supported by a hyperloop system and provides means for characterization and description of these services. The characterization considers the technical as well as operational / commercial features of each transport service.

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This CEN-CENELEC Guide provides mechanisms and details the characteristics and development process of the CEN and/or CENELEC deliverable known as the 'CEN and/or CENELEC Workshop Agreement'.

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This document specifies requirements and provides guidance for bodies providing audit and certification of an information security management system (ISMS), in addition to the requirements contained within ISO/IEC 17021-1.
The requirements contained in this document are demonstrated in terms of competence and reliability by bodies providing ISMS certification. The guidance contained in this document provides additional interpretation of these requirements for bodies providing ISMS certification.
NOTE       This document can be used as a criteria document for accreditation, peer assessment or other audit processes.

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In May 2017, this Guide was updated to include the specific rights given by CEN and CENELEC to Societal “Partner” Organizations representing consumers and environmental and social interests in European standardization activities, and which are covered by Annex III of Regulation (EU) 1025/2012 on European standardization. In November 2021, this Guide was further updated following recommendations from the CEN and CENELEC Technical Boards and the CEN and CENELEC Advisory groups to the Boards on Policy matters, as well as to align with the CEN and CENELEC Strategy 2030 goals, to further clarify the criteria defining the different categories of cooperation and overall wording of the concepts. This is a step towards strengthening the participation of European stakeholders for an inclusive European Standardization System.

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This Guide sets out the policy for the distribution, sale, copyright and therefore any Reproduction of Content.
Compliance with this Guide is mandatory for CEN, CENELEC, their respective Members, Organizations having
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Reproducing the Content, including structured data related to Publications, does not only fulfil the objective of
disseminating and encouraging the application of Publications throughout Europe and the rest of the world. It
is also the primary funding mechanism for standardization activities for many of the Members and a cornerstone
of the sustainability of the CEN and CENELEC standardization system. Therefore, the Reproduction of the
Content must be based on commercial principles and conducted in a way that secures the value of the Content
to CEN, CENELEC, their respective Members and the End-Users.
This Guide establishes practices in line with European Union (EU) competition law. As a result, this Guide is
not intended to give rise to or encourage any direct or indirect price fixing, market sharing and/or exchange of
commercially sensitive information between CEN, CENELEC and their respective Members. This Guide also
complies with the World Trade Organization (WTO) principles regarding dissemination of adopted standards,
including voluntary application, openness, effectiveness, and relevance in terms of availability to End-Users.
Any issue regarding the Reproduction of the Content that is not covered by this Guide or related documents, or
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Any issue regarding compliance with this Guide shall be addressed to CCMC. In case of non-compliance with
this Guide, CCMC will take appropriate action according to the CEN and CENELEC Rules. In particular,
Members that do not comply with this Guide may ultimately be expelled from CEN or CENELEC according to
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This activity w ill be the parallel development of EN 16603-20-40 and ECSS-E-ST-20-40C.
The scope shall cover the areas of existing ASIC and FPGA engineering chapter 5 of ECSS-Q-ST-60-02C, but w ith w ider breadth and greater depth, covering engineering requirements of end-to-end development flow s, from specification of requirements to validation of prototypes, of the follow ing monolithic devices for its use in space:
• ASICs (distinguishing digital, analogue and mixed-signal development flow s)
• FPGAs (distinguishing three technology families: SRAM, FLASH and anti-fuse technologies)
• ASIC and FPGA System-on-Chip embedding processor cores w hich have external “softw are programme” dependencies to be addressed during the SoC development, resulting in SW-HW co-design requirements.

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This document defines the primary space debris mitigation requirements applicable to all elements of unmanned systems launched into, or passing through, near-Earth space, including launch vehicle orbital stages, operating spacecraft and any objects released as part of normal operations.

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This document defines the assurance requirements of the ISO/IEC 15408 series. It includes the individual assurance components from which the evaluation assurance levels and other packages contained in ISO/IEC 15408-5 are composed, and the criteria for evaluation of Protection Profiles (PPs),  PP-Configurations, PP-Modules, and Security Targets (STs).

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The ISO/IEC 15408 series permits comparability between the results of independent security evaluations. The ISO/IEC 15408 series does so by providing a common set of requirements for the security functionality of IT products and for assurance measures applied to these IT products during a security evaluation. ISO/IEC 18045 provides a companion methodology for some of the assurance requirements specified in the ISO/IEC 15408 series, ISO/IEC 15408-1 and ISO/IEC 18045 also allow that more specific Evaluation Activities (EAs) may be derived for use in particular evaluation contexts. Specification of such Evaluation Activities is already occurring amongst practitioners and this creates a need for a specification for defining such Evaluation Activities.
This document, ISO/IEC 15408-4, provides a standardised framework for specifying objective, repeatable and reproducible Evaluation Methods (EMs), and Evaluation Activities.

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This document establishes the general concepts and principles of IT security evaluation and specifies the general model of evaluation given by various parts of the standard which in its entirety is meant to be used as the basis for evaluation of security properties of IT products.
This document provides an overview of all parts of the ISO/IEC 15408 series. It describes the various parts of the ISO/IEC 15408 series; defines the terms and abbreviations to be used in all parts of the standard; establishes the core concept of a Target of Evaluation (TOE); describes the evaluation context and describes the audience to which the evaluation criteria is addressed. An introduction to the basic security concepts necessary for evaluation of IT products is given.
This document introduces:
—    the key concepts of Protection Profiles (PP), PP-Modules, PP-Configurations, packages, Security Targets (ST), and conformance types;
—    a description of the organization of security components throughout the model;
—    the various operations by which the functional and assurance components given in ISO/IEC 15408‑2 and ISO/IEC 15408‑3 can be tailored through the use of permitted operations;
—    general information about the evaluation methods given in ISO/IEC 18045;
—    guidance for the application of ISO/IEC 15408‑4 in order to develop evaluation methods (EM) and evaluation activities (EA) derived from ISO/IEC 18045;
—    general information about the pre-defined Evaluation Assurance Levels (EALs) defined in ISO/IEC 15408‑5;
—    information in regard to the scope of evaluation schemes.

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This document defines the required structure and content of security functional components for the purpose of security evaluation. It includes a catalogue of functional components that will meet the common security functionality requirements of many IT products.

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This document provides packages of security assurance and security functional requirements that have been identified as useful in support of common usage by stakeholders.
EXAMPLE Examples of provided packages include the evaluation assurance levels (EAL) and the composed assurance packages (CAPs).

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Scope remains unchanged.
This Standard establishes the basic rules and general principles applicable to the electrical, electronic, electromagnetic, microwave and engineering processes. It specifies the tasks of these engineering processes and the basic performance and design requirements in each discipline.
It defines the terminology for the activities within these areas.
It defines the specific requirements for electrical subsystems and payloads, deriving from the system engineering requirements laid out in EN 16603-10 (equivalent of ECSS-E-ST-10 "Space engineering - System engineering general requirements".)

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This document specifies refinements for an application of ISO/IEC 27701 in a European context.
An organization can use this document for the implementation of the generic requirements and controls of ISO/IEC 27701 according to its context and its applicable obligations.
Certification bodies can use the specifications in this document as a basis for certification criteria verifying conformity to ISO/IEC 27701.
Certification criteria based on these specifications can provide a certification model under ISO/IEC 17065 for processing operations performed within the scope of a Privacy Information Management System according to ISO/IEC 27701, which can be combined with certification requirements for ISO/IEC 27701 under ISO/IEC 17021.
Accreditation bodies or regulatory authorities can use provisions in this document as criteria to establish certification mechanisms.

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This document describes a cybersecurity evaluation methodology, named SESIP, for components of connected ICT products. Security claims in SESIP are made based on the security services offered by those components. Components can be in hardware and software. SESIP aims to support comparability between and reuse of independent security evaluations. SESIP provides a common set of requirements for the security functionality of components which apply to the foundational components of devices that are not application specific. The methodology describes the re-use of evaluation results.

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This document defines the minimum actions to be performed by an evaluator in order to conduct an ISO/IEC 15408 series evaluation, using the criteria and evaluation evidence defined in the ISO/IEC 15408 series.

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The standard defines the requirements related to the professional activity of subjects active in the processing and protection of
personal data, namely the intellectual profession that is pursued at different levels of complexity and in different organizational
contexts, both public and private.
These requirements are specified, starting from the specific tasks and activities identified, in terms of knowledge, skills and
competence, in accordance with the European Qualifications Framework - EQF and are expressed in such a way as to facilitate and
contribute to harmonize, as far as possible, evaluation and validation processes of learning outcomes.

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This document specifies baseline requirements for demonstrating processing activities compliance with the European personal data protection normative framework in accordance with EN ISO/IEC 17065. It does not however apply to products or management systems destined for processing personal data.
This document is applicable to all organizations which, as personal data controllers and/or processors, process personal data, and its objective is to provide a set of requirements enabling such organizations to conform effectively with the European personal data protection normative framework.
An organization can decide that the standard is applicable only to a specific subset of its processing activities if such a decision does not involve failure to conform with the European personal data protection normative framework.
This document also provides indications for conformity assessment with the aforementioned requirements.

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This Standard specifies the general requirements for the qualification, procurement, storage and delivery of photovoltaic assemblies, solar cell assemblies, bare solar cells, coverglasses and protection diodes suitable for space applications.
This standard does not cover the particular qualification requirements for a specific mission.
This Standard primarily applies to qualification approval for photovoltaic assemblies, solar cell assemblies, bare solar cells, coverglasses and protection diodes, and to the procurement of these items.
This standard is limited to crystaline Silicon and single and multi-junction GaAs solar cells with a thickness of more than 50 m and does not include thin film solar cell technologies and poly-crystaline solar cells.
This Standard does not cover the concentration technology, and especially the requirements related to the optical components of a concentrator (e.g. reflector and lens) and their verification (e.g. collimated light source).
This Standard does not apply to qualification of the solar array subsystem, solar panels, structure and solar array mechanisms.

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This document specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving an information security management system within the context of the organization. This document also includes requirements for the assessment and treatment of information security risks tailored to the needs of the organization. The requirements set out in this document are generic and are intended to be applicable to all organizations, regardless of type, size or nature. Excluding any of the requirements specified in Clauses 4 to 10 is not acceptable when an organization claims conformity to this document.

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The Scope of the Standard remains unchanged.
This standard defines the requirements for selection, control, procurement and usage of EEE components for space projects.
This standard differentiates between three classes of components through three different sets of standardization requirements (clauses) to be met.
The three classes provide for three levels of trade-off between assurance and risk. The highest assurance and lowest risk is provided by class 1 and the lowest assurance and highest risk by class 3. Procurement costs are typically highest for class 1 and lowest for class 3. Mitigation and other engineering measures may decrease the total cost of ownership differences between the three classes. The project objectives, definition and constraints determine which class or classes of components are appropriate to be utilised within the system and subsystems.
a.   Class 1 components are described in Clause 4.
b.   Class 2 components are described in Clause 5
c.   Class 3 components are described in Clause 6.
The requirements of this document apply to all parties involved at all levels in the integration of EEE components into space segment hardware and launchers.

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2021-04-21: This EN is based on ECSS-Q-ST-60-13C Rev.1

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This document specifies general requirements for the competence and impartiality of proficiency
testing (PT) providers and consistent operation of all proficiency testing schemes. This document can
be used as a basis for specific technical requirements for particular fields of application.
Users of proficiency testing schemes, regulatory authorities, organizations and schemes using peer-
assessment, accreditation bodies and others can use these requirements in confirming or recognizing
the competence of proficiency testing providers.

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ISO/IEC 29146:2016 defines and establishes a framework for access management (AM) and the secure management of the process to access information and Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) resources, associated with the accountability of a subject within some context.
This International Standard provides concepts, terms and definitions applicable to distributed access management techniques in network environments.
This International Standard also provides explanations about related architecture, components and management functions.
The subjects involved in access management might be uniquely recognized to access information systems, as defined in ISO/IEC 24760.
The nature and qualities of physical access control involved in access management systems are outside the scope of this International Standard.

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ISO/IEC 29184 specifies controls which shape the content and the structure of online privacy notices as well as the process of asking for consent to collect and process personally identifiable information (PII) from PII principals.
ISO/IEC 29184 is applicable in any online context where a PII controller or any other entity processing PII informs PII principals of processing.

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This document contains recommendations on how to integrate the principle of ‘data protection and privacy by design’ during the entire lifecycle of video-surveillance products and services, in order to achieve ‘data protection and privacy by default’.

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This document specifies requirements that are applicable to implantable cardioverter defibrillators and CRT-Ds and the functions of active implantable medical devices intended to treat tachyarrhythmia.
The tests that are specified in ISO 14708 are type tests and are to be carried out on samples of a device to show compliance.
This document was designed for tachyarrhythmia pulse generators used with either endocardial leads or epicardial leads. At the time of this edition, the authors recognized the emergence of technologies that do not use endocardial or epicardial leads for which adaptations of this part will be required. Such adaptations are left to the discretion of manufacturers incorporating these technologies.
This document is also applicable to some non-implantable parts and accessories of the devices (see Note 1).
The characteristics of the implantable pulse generator or lead shall be determined by either the appropriate method detailed in this document or by any other method demonstrated to have accuracy equal to, or better than, the method specified. In the case of dispute, the method detailed in this document shall apply.
Any aspect of an active implantable medical device intended to treat bradyarrhythmias or cardiac resynchronization is covered by ISO 14708-2.
NOTE 1    The device that is commonly referred to as an active implantable medical device can in fact be a single device, a combination of devices, or a combination of a device or devices and one or more accessories. Not all of these parts are required to be either partially or totally implantable, but there is a need to specify some requirements of non-implantable parts and accessories if they could affect the safety or performance of the implantable device.
NOTE 2    In this document, terms printed in italics are used as defined in Clause 3.  Where a defined term is used as a qualifier in another term, it is not printed in italics unless the concept thus qualified is also defined.

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This document specifies requirements for safety and performance of active implantable circulatory support devices, including type tests, animal studies and clinical evaluation requirements.
NOTE    The device that is commonly referred to as an active implantable medical device can in fact be a single device, a combination of devices, or a combination of a device or devices and one or more accessories. Not all of these parts are required to be either partially or totally implantable, but there is a need to specify main requirements of non-implantable parts and accessories if they could affect the safety or performance of the implantable device.
The tests that are specified in this document are type tests and are to be carried out on a sample of a device to assess device behavioural responses and are not intended to be used for the routine testing of manufactured products.
Included in the scope of this document are:
—     ventricular assist devices (VAD), left or right heart support;
—     total artificial hearts (TAH);
—     biventricular assist devices (biVAD);
—     percutaneous assist devices;
—     paediatric assist devices.

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ISO 14708-3:2017 is applicable to active implantable medical devices intended for electrical stimulation of the central or peripheral nervous system.
The tests that are specified in this document are type tests and are to be carried out on a sample of a device to assess device behavioural responses, and are not intended to be used for the routine testing of manufactured products.

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This document specifies requirements that are applicable to those active implantable medical devices intended to treat bradyarrhythmias and devices that provide therapies for cardiac resynchronization.
The tests that are specified in this document are type tests, and are to be carried out on samples of a device to show compliance.
This document was designed for bradyarrhythmia pulse generators used with endocardial leads or epicardial leads. At the time of this edition, the authors recognized the emergence of leadless technologies for which adaptations of this part will be required. Such adaptations are left to the discretion of manufacturers incorporating these technologies.
This document is also applicable to some non-implantable parts and accessories of the devices (see Note 1).
The electrical characteristics of the implantable pulse generator or lead are determined either by the appropriate method detailed in this particular standard or by any other method demonstrated to have an accuracy equal to, or better than, the method specified. In case of dispute, the method detailed in this particular standard applies.
Any features of an active implantable medical device intended to treat tachyarrhythmias are covered by ISO 14708-6.
NOTE 1    The device that is commonly referred to as an active implantable medical device can in fact be a single device, a combination of devices, or a combination of a device or devices and one or more accessories. Not all of these parts are required to be either partially or totally implantable, but there is a need to specify some requirements of non-implantable parts and accessories if they could affect the safety or performance of the implantable device.
NOTE 2    In this document, terms printed in italics are used as defined in Clause 3. Where a defined term is used as a qualifier in another term, it is not printed in italics unless the concept thus qualified is also defined.

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This document specifies particular requirements for active implantable medical devices intended to deliver a medicinal substance to site-specific locations within the human body, to provide basic assurance of safety for both patients and users. It amends and supplements ISO 14708-1:2014. The requirements of this document take priority over those of ISO 14708-1.
This document is applicable to active implantable medical devices intended to deliver medicinal substances to site-specific locations within the human body.
This document is also applicable to some non-implantable parts and accessories of the devices defined in Clause 3.
The tests that are specified in this document are type tests intended to be carried out on a sample of a device to show compliance and are not intended to be used for the routine testing of manufactured products.
NOTE       This document is not intended to apply to non-implantable infusion systems.

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This document specifies requirements that are applicable to those active implantable medical devices that are intended to treat hearing impairment via electrical stimulation of the auditory pathways. Devices which treat hearing impairment via means other than electrical stimulation are not covered by this document.
The tests that are specified in this document are type tests and are to be carried out on samples of a device to show compliance.
This document is also applicable to non-implantable parts and accessories of the devices (see NOTE).
The electrical characteristics of the implantable part are determined by either the appropriate method detailed in this document or by any other method demonstrated to have an accuracy equal to, or better than, the method specified. In the case of dispute, the method detailed in this document applies.
NOTE       A device that is commonly referred to as an active implantable medical device can in fact be a single device, a combination of devices, or a combination of a device or devices and one or more accessories. Not all of these parts are required to be either partially or totally implantable, this document specifies those requirements of non-implantable parts and accessories which could affect the safety or performance of the implantable part.

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EN 16603-35-06 (equivalent of ECSS-E-ST-35-06) belongs to the Propulsion field of the mechanical discipline, and concerns itself with the cleanliness of propulsion components, sub-systems and systems
The standard
- defines design requirements which allow for cleaning of propulsion components sub-systems and systems and which avoid generation or unwanted collection of contamination,
- identifies cleanliness requirements (e.g. which particle / impurity / wetness level can be tolerated),
- defines requirements on cleaning to comply with the cleanliness level requirements, and the requirements on verification,
- identifies the cleanliness approach, cleaning requirements, (e.g. what needs to be done to ensure the tolerable level is not exceeded, compatibility requirements),
- identifies, specifies and defines the requirements regarding conditions under which cleaning or cleanliness verification takes place (e.g. compatibility, check after environmental test).
The standard is applicable to the most commonly used propulsion systems and their related storable propellant combinations: Hydrazine (N2H4), Mono Methyl Hydrazine (CH3N2H3), MON (Mixed Oxides of Nitrogen), Nitrogen (N2), Helium (He), Propane (C3H8), Butane (C4H10) and Xenon (Xe).
This standard is the basis for the European spacecraft and spacecraft propulsion industry to define, achieve and verify the required cleanliness levels in spacecraft propulsion systems.
This standard is particularly applicable to spacecraft propulsion as used for satellites and (manned) spacecraft and any of such projects including its ground support equipment.
External cleanliness requirements, e.g. outside of tanks, piping and aspects such as fungus and outgassing are covered by ECSS-Q-ST-70-01.
This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristic and constraints of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.

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This Standard specifies the requirements for the development of the end­to­end data communications system for spacecraft.
Specifically, this standard specifies:
- The terminology to be used for space communication systems engineering.
- The activities to be performed as part of the space communication system engineering process, in accordance with the ECSS-E-ST-10 standard.
- Specific requirements on space communication systems in respect of functionality and performance.
The communications links covered by this Standard are the space­to­ground and space­to­space links used during spacecraft operations, and the communications links to the spacecraft used during the assembly, integration and test, and operational phases.
Spacecraft end­to­end communication systems comprise components in three distinct domains, namely the ground network, the space link, and the space network. This Standard covers the components of the space link and space network in detail. However, this Standard only covers those aspects of the ground network that are necessary for the provision of the end­to­end communication services.
NOTE Other aspects of the ground network are covered in ECSS-E ST 70.
This Standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constraints of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S ST 00.

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This document identifies the clauses and requirements modified w ith respect to the standard CCSDS 131.0-B-3, TM
Synchronization and Channel Coding, Issue 3, September 2017 for application in ECSS.

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This document identifies the clauses and requirements modified with respect to the standards CCSDS 232.1-B-2, Communications Operation Procedure-1, Issue 2, September 2010 for application in ECSS.
NOTE The recently published technical corrigendum has modified CCSDS 232.1-B-2. However, the changes are not affecting the Adoption Notice.

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In the standard CCSDS 132.0-B-2, TM Space Data Link Protocol, CCSDS specifies a data link layer protocol for the
efficient transfer of space application data of various types and characteristics over space links.
This Adoption Notice adopts and applies CCSDS 132.0-B-2 w ith a minimum set of modifications, identified in the present
document, to allow for reference and for a consistent integration in the ECSS system of standards.
The TM Transfer Frame specified in CCSDS 132.0-B-2 is similar to the TM Transfer Frame specified in the EN 16603-50-
03:2014 (ECSS-E-ST-50-03), that is superseded by the follow ing tw o Adoption Notices: EN 16603-50-22 (ECSS-E-AS-
50-22) and EN 16603-50-23 (ECSS-E-AS-50-23).
Differences betw een these tw o standards that are not covered by the normative modifications in clause 4 are described in
the informative Annex A.

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This document identifies the clauses and requirements modified with respect to the standard CCSDS 231.0-B-3, TC Synchronization and Channel Coding, Issue 3, September 2017 for application in ECSS.

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This document identifies the clauses and requirements modified w ith respect to the standard CCSDS 131.0-B-3, TM Synchronization and Channel Coding, Issue 3, September 2017 for application in ECSS.

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This document identifies the clauses and requirements modified with respect to the standard CCSDS 732.0-B-3, AOS Space Data Link Protocol, Issue 3, September 2015 for application in ECSS.

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ISO/IEC 24760-1:2019 defines terms for identity management, and •specifies core concepts of identity and identity management and their relationships.
It is applicable to any information system that processes identity information.
A bibliography of documents describing various aspects of identity information management is provided.

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This document provides the minimum requirements for the knowledge, skills and effectiveness requirements of individuals performing testing activities for a conformance scheme using ISO/IEC 19790 and ISO/IEC 24759.

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ISO/IEC 19896-1:2018 defines terms and establishes an organized set of concepts and relationships to understand the competency requirements for information security assurance conformance-testing and evaluation specialists, thereby establishing a basis for shared understanding of the concepts and principles central to the ISO/IEC 19896 series across its user communities. It provides fundamental information to users of the ISO/IEC 19896 series.

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This document provides the specialized requirements to demonstrate competence of individuals in performing IT product security evaluations in accordance with ISO/IEC 15408 (all parts) and  ISO/IEC 18045.

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This document lists the relevant standards from various fields and provides a standardization roadmap for hyperloop systems. The roadmap will provide guidance on the applicable standards from various fields, those that need amending and the new-to be developed standards.

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This Protection Profile describes a set of security requirements for smart meters, based on the ‘minimum security requirements’ for components of AMI infrastructures in [5]. The requirements in [5] were based on the concept that there are a common/generic set of underlying ‘minimum’ security requirements associated with smart metering requirement specifications in a number of EU Member States

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This document provides requirements for manufacturers and/or service providers to implement Data protection and Privacy by Design and by Default (DPbDD) early in their development of their products and services, i.e. before (or independently of) any specific application integration, to make sure that they are as privacy ready as possible. The document will be applicable to all business sectors, including the security industry.

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