eDocument Physical Security Evaluation Model (eSEC)
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The eDocument Scheme for Evaluating Physical Security (eSEC) is designed to help governments develop secure eDocuments. It can be used as a self-assessment tool to evaluate the physical security of current documents, the security impact of additional design changes, or simply to understand what is required to build a ‘secure eDocument’.

 

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This eSEC self-evaluation is done by:

> Selecting the document type

> Listing security features from a database

> Answering questions about the design process

 

The resulting score is weighted based on:

> How widely security features are distributed to different parts of the document

> How strongly the document is protected against different attacks

> How well different security feature levels are distributed within the document

> The design process of the overall document

 

The evaluation results in a score, rather than pass/fail.

 

A Management Report with recommendations on how to improve security in the document is also supplied.

 

 

 
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To use the eSEC, simply register on the website. CLICK HERE TO LOGIN OR TO REGISTER
 

 

Use of the eSEC Service is subject to Specific Terms and Conditions

 

 

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