This document provides an overview of cybersecurity. This document: — describes cybersecurity and relevant concepts, including how it is related to and different from information security; — establishes the context of cybersecurity; — does not cover all terms and definitions applicable to cybersecurity; and — does not limit other standards in defining new cybersecurity-related terms for use. This document is applicable to all types and sizes of organization (e.g. commercial enterprises, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations).
The scope of this Recommendation | International Standard is threefold. This Recommendation | International Standard provides guidance on how to prepare new and old protocols for cryptographic algorithm migration, and defines auxiliary cryptographic algorithms to be used for migration purposes. This Recommendation | International Standard specifies a general wrapper protocol that provides authentication, integrity, and confidentiality (encryption) protection for other protocols. This wrapper protocol includes a migration path for cryptographic algorithms allowing for smooth migration to stronger cryptographic algorithms as such requirements evolve. This will allow migration to quantum-safe cryptographic algorithms. Protected protocols can then be developed without taking security and cryptographic algorithms into consideration. This Recommendation | International Standard also includes some protocols to be protected by the wrapper protocol primarily for support of public-key infrastructure (PKI). Other specifications, e.g., Recommendations or International Standards, may also develop protocols designed to be protected by the wrapper protocol.
This document specifies a micrographic method based on comparison charts for determining the degree of spheroidisation of carbides after annealing of wire rod, wire or bars made of non-alloy and low alloy steels intended for cold heading and cold extrusion. The range of carbon content is up to 1,20 % C. In addition, Annex A includes a method based on machine vision for routine measurements.
This document provides guidance for calculating the CO2 intensity at steel plants with all types of process routes, by defining the boundary, CO2 emission factors and the intermediate products for which upstream emissions are considered for all types of process routes. In particular, this document provides guidance applicable to the ISO 14404 series to the types of steel plants listed below. This document also includes the Universal Calculation Sheet, which covers all relevant emission sources from ISO 14404-1, ISO 14404-2 and ISO 14404-3 to assist the calculation of CO2 emissions. i. Steel plants with different process routes from ISO 14404-1, ISO 14404-2 and ISO 14404-3 (7.2.1) ii. Steel plants with more than one process route (7.2.2) iii. Steel plants purchasing pig iron from the outside (7.2.3) iv. Steel plants and rerollers purchasing part or all of crude steel from outside (7.2.4) Moreover, this document provides additional guidance to the entire ISO 14404 series for the following topics. a) Evaluation of exported slags b) Evaluation of by-product gas c) Evaluation of stock d) Selection of calorific values and emission factors for electricity and fuel Conversion to energy consumption and to consumption efficiency can be obtained using Annex A. While the use of the calculation result is outside the scope of this document, appropriate applications and inappropriate application are recommended in Annex B.
This document specifies requirements for calculating the carbon footprint specific to finfish product category rules (CFP?PCR). This methodology builds on the requirements of International Standards for life cycle assessment (LCA) and products' carbon footprints. This document is applicable to the calculation and communication of finfish products' carbon footprints from fishing and/or cultivation of feed ingredients to the consumption of finfish products. It is applicable to the carbon footprints of products from both fisheries and aquaculture value chains. This document used alone does not apply to specifying a product's overall environmental or sustainability characteristics.
This document describes processes, methods and procedures for the establishment within an organization of a procurement system for goods, services, and construction works or disposals, or any combination thereof that is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective. This document a) describes generic procurement processes around which an employer can develop its procurement system, b) establishes basic requirements for the conduct of an employer's employees, agents, board members and office bearers when engaging in procurement, c) establishes the framework for the development of an employer's procurement policy, including any secondary procurement policy, and d) establishes generic methods and procedures for procurements, including those pertaining to disposals. This document provides a generic and standard set of processes, procedures and methods for a procurement system which can be applied by both the public and private sector organizations in the development of their procurement system. The principles contained in this document can also be applied down the supply chain. This document enables organizations to develop in the first instance a generic procurement system and then to identify the methods and procedures best suited to particular categories of procurement.
This document gives guidelines for assisting organizations in establishing, documenting, implementing, maintaining and continually improving material circulation in their design and development in a systematic manner, using an environmental management system (EMS) framework. These guidelines are intended to be used by those organizations that implement an EMS in accordance with ISO 14001. The guidelines can also help in integrating material circulation strategies in design and development when using other management systems. The guidelines can be applied to any organization regardless of its size or activity. This document provides guidelines for design strategies on material circulation to achieve the material efficiency objectives of an organization, by focusing on the following aspects: — type and quantity of materials in products; — product lifetime extension; — recovery of products, parts and materials. In design and development, many aspects are considered, such as safety, energy efficiency, performance and cost. Although important, they are not addressed in this document.
This document gives guidelines for project management. It is applicable to any organization, including public, private and charitable, as well as to any type of project, regardless of purpose, delivery approaches, life cycle model used, complexity, size, cost or duration. NOTE Delivery approach can be any method or process suited to the type of outputs, such as predictive, incremental, iterative, adaptive or hybrid, including agile approaches. This document provides high-level descriptions of practices that are considered to work well and produce good results within the context of project management. This document does not provide guidance on the management of programmes or portfolios. Topics relating to general management are addressed only within the context of project management.
This document specifies a method for describing the functions and the method for evaluating the performance of the virtual garment pattern cutting and clothing simulation modules of digital fitting systems. This document is applicable to fashion designers and pattern technologists (makers) for generating virtual garment patterns, and testing them on a virtual fit mannequin (fit form).
This document establishes, in respect of supply, services and construction contracts, at both main and subcontract levels, a) a format for the compilation of 1) calls for expressions of interest, 2) tender and contract documents, and b) the general principles for compiling procurement documents. NOTE 1: Annex A contains commentary on the clauses in this document. NOTE 2: This document can also be used, with some adaptation, in the formatting and compilation of concession contracts, design, build and operate contracts and contracts involving disposals. NOTE 3: ISO 10845-1:2020, Annex G provides guidance on the development of auction data.
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