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Mission Model Canvas™ Week 1 Sea++ H4D Stanford 2018


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Mission Model Canvas™ Week 1
Key Partners
NavSea Philadelphia
Cyber Command
Private Cybersecurity Firms
Commanding officers
Key Activities:
Understanding hardware
testing procedures
Developing evaluation criteria
Gaining trust and gauging
expectations of ship captains
Value Proposition
Development of physical
and electronic security
testing procedures.
Streamline testing
procedures to minimize
operational downtime
Target individual systems
for most useful testing
Incremental aggression
capabilities to maximize
vulnerability detection.
Test Engineers
Commanding Officers
Key Resources
Safety parameters of cyber-
physical systems
Integrated navigation system
models/block diagrams
User Design Input
Buy-In / Support
Operational commanders for
conducting testing
NavSea/MITRE (Navy) and
C4IT (CG) to conduct testing
and evaluate effectiveness of
Testing of methodology on
sample test plans
Full electronic software
deployment to customers via
Mission Budget / Costs
Software design & engineering
Testing and reporting costs
Expansion of hardware testing capabilities
Mission Achievement
More aggressive testing taking place onboard ships
Adoption and continued use metrics of the methodology by engineers
Increased vulnerability detection on ships
User retention during testing lifecycle

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