NIST Defines Critical Software

As required under Executive Order 14028, “critical software” has been defined as any software that has, or has direct software dependencies upon, one or more components with at least one attribute from a prescribed list (e.g., designed to manage privileges, performs a function critical to trust); the definition applies to software of all forms, purchased for, or deployed in, production systems and used for operational purposes (including standalone software, cloud-based software, embedded software).

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