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When it comes to secure collaboration, the A&D industry faces a delicate balancing act. On one hand, there is a need to collaborate efficiently in some of the world’s most complicated, globally distributed, cross-organization programs. On the other, there is the need to maintain compliance with strict data security requirements that tightly govern how data can be shared.
Leaders in A&D formed the Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program (TSCP) to try to meet both demands at once. Specifically, TSCP is a coalition of manufacturers and systems integrators, government agencies, and technology vendors who are designing the standards for an automated security infrastructure.
TSCP is constructing a number of specifications as part of their broad goal; one is Information Labeling and Handling (ILH), which applies to data-level security. The ILH Specification provides software design and interface guidelines for data-level security software vendors.