TXMAP Security Policy Profile for Partner IDPs, v1.0

Profile of organizational security policy requirements for SAML Identity Providers (IDPs) that seek to connect to the Texas DPS TXMAP system and offer TXMAP access to their local users.
Identifier https://demo.trustmarkinitiative.org/tpat/tips/txmap-security-policy-profile-for-partner-idps/1.0/
Publication Date 2022-02-02
Issuing Organization
Trustmark Initiative Support help@trustmarkinitiative.org 555-555-5555 No Mailing Address
Keywords Texas DPS, TXMAP, Security Policy, CJIS, NIST SP 800-53

Trust Expression:

TIP_ref1 or TIP_ref2

References (2)

 TIP  CJIS Security Policy, v5.9
Description Profile of FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) requirements as defined by the CJIS Security Policy, version 5.9.
ID TIP_ref1
 TIP  NIEF Minimal Set of Security Controls for Systems with a MODERATE-MODERATE-MODERATE Risk Profile, v1.0
Description Minimal profile of security controls from NIST Special Publication 800-53 r4 for systems that need to operate at a MODERATE-MODERATE-MODERATE impact level, as recommended by NIEF. Pertains to systems that operate at MODERATE confidentiality, MODERATE integrity, and MODERATE availability. Includes only those applicable security controls from NIST SP 800-53 r4 that have been marked by NIST as Priority P1. Incorporates security control downgrading guidance, as appropriate, based on recommendations on page 35 of NIST SP 800-53 r4.
ID TIP_ref2

Terms (2)

Term Name Abbreviations Definition
Security Policy A set of rules or controls that is inteded to enforce security requirements for an organization or a system.
TXMAP A Common Operational Picture mapping application that provides access to multiple layers of data overlaid on an interactive map of the US State of Texas. TXMAP is owned and operated by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
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