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Control System Agnostic Secure Enclave (CASE)

US Army Corps of Engineers researchers are helping the DoD develop and demonstrate #energy and #water saving technologies by providing a Type Authorized solution for #RMF #cybersecurity accreditation of facility related control systems.

By providing a way for more systems to meet cybersecurity requirements, this project allows the DoD to realize projected energy and water savings from systems already installed that are currently threatened with demolition or functional abandonment due to inability to meet RMF standards. Check out their ESTCP project


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