BS ISO 16919:2014 - Space data and information transfer systems. Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of candidate trustworthy digital repositories

BS ISO 16919:2014

Space data and information transfer systems. Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of candidate trustworthy digital repositories

Status : Under review, Current   Published : November 2014

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The main purpose of this document is to define a CCSDS Recommended Practice and ISO International Standard on which to base the operations of the organization(s) which assess the trustworthiness of digital repositories using ISO 16363 and provide the appropriate certification. This document specifies requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of digital repositories, based on the metrics contained within ISO/IEC 17021 and CCSDS 652.0‑M‑1/ISO 16363. It is primarily intended to support the accreditation of bodies providing such certification.

ISO/IEC 17021 provides the bulk of the requirements on bodies offering audit and certification for general types of management systems. However, for each specific type of system, specific additional requirements will be needed, for example, to specify the standard against which the audit is to be made and the qualifications which auditors require.

This document provides the (small number of) specific additions required for bodies providing audit and certification of candidate trustworthy digital repositories. Trustworthy here means that they can be trusted to maintain, over the long-term, the understandability and usability of digitally encoded information placed into their safekeeping.

In order improve readability, the clause numbers are kept consistent with those of ISO/IEC 17021. Some subclauses are applicable as they stand, and these are simply enumerated; otherwise additions to subclauses are explicitly given. In the former case, the clauses may consist of just a few sentences. As a result, this document must be read in conjunction with ISO/IEC 17021.

The requirements contained in this CCSDS Recommended Practice need to be demonstrated in terms of competence and reliability by any organization or body providing certification of digital repositories

This document is meant primarily for those setting up and managing the organization performing the auditing and certification of digital repositories.

It should also be of use to those who work in or are responsible for digital repositories seeking objective measurement of the trustworthiness of their repository and wishing to understand the processes involved.




Standard NumberBS ISO 16919:2014
TitleSpace data and information transfer systems. Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of candidate trustworthy digital repositories
StatusUnder review, Current
Publication Date30 November 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 14721:2003, ISO 16363:2012, ISO 9000:2005, CCSDS 652.0-M-1:2011, ISO/IEC 17000:2004, ISO/IEC 17021:2011, CCSDS 650.0-B-1:2002
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsISO 16919:2014
Draft Superseded By11/30240198 DC
DescriptorsData transfer, Air transport engineering, Space transport, Telecommunication systems, Computer networks, Space technology, Communication networks, Communication procedures, Telecommunication
ICS03.120.20
49.140
Title in FrenchSystèmes de transfert des informations et données spatiales. Exigences pour les organismes d'audit et de certification des référentiels numériques potentiellement de confiance
CommitteeACE/68
ISBN978 0 580 74134 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages52
File Size0.9854 MB
Price£254.00


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