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Articles on the Secure Data Network System
The Secure Data Network System: An Overview
In August 1986, the National Security Agency, the National Bureau of Standards, the Defense Communications Agency, and twelve communications and computer corporations initiated a special project called the Secure Data Network System (SDNS). This innovative research program focuses on designing the next generation of secure computer communications network and product specifications to be implemented for applications with public and private data networks. This paper will address the rationale and programmatic decisions for the SDNS project. The next four papers cover the details of the actual architecture, services, protocols, and products.
SDNS Products in the Type II Environment
SDNS Services and Architecture
SP4: A Transport Encapsulation Security Protocol
Access Control Withing SDNS
http://cryptome.org/nsa-sdns.zip (Zipped PDF, 22pp, 5.3MB)