GC Enterprise Architecture/Standards/Security and Privacy Architecture
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5. Security & Privacy Architecture
This is a definition for GC Security and Privacy Enterprise Architecture
Design for Security and Privacy
* Implement security across all architectural layers
For Protected A Data, it can reside outside of Canada, provided the country is listed in the approved list and follow the requirements below:
- The Supplier must certify that the delivery and provisioning of Services under this contract must be from a country within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) (https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/nato_countries.htm), the European Union (EU) (https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/countries_en); or from a country with which Canada has an international bilateral industrial security instrument.
- The Contract Security Program (CSP) has international bilateral industrial security instruments with the countries listed on the following PSPC website: http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/esc-src/international-eng.html and as updated from time to time.
* Categorize data properly to determine appropriate safeguards
For various possible cloud connection type and the associated security profile for each connection type, please refer to the presentation from Cyber Security, can be found from the GC Collab link below: https://gccollab.ca/file/group/1896382/all#
It contains possible network flow for each scenario and how security can be implemented.
* Perform a privacy impact assessment (PIA) when personal information is involved
* Balance user and business needs with proportionate security measures