- NATO Policy for the Use of Internet Services
The NATO Policy for the Use of Internet Services aims to provide a basis for NATO-wide use of Internet services in a secure and cost-effective manner. The purpose of this policy is to provide the basis for directives and guidelines for NATO and national projects to achieve an interoperable approach to the use of Internet with minimal system life-cycle costs while providing for the protection of NATO information up to NATO Restricted (NR). The scope of the policy is defined by the required scenarios identified by the users in nations and NATO organizations and by available Internet services permitted for use in these scenarios. This policy shall apply to all NATO CIS storing, processing, or transmitting NATO information. Interconnection of NATO CIS with NATO Member Nations, non-NATO CIS or the Internet or similar networks in the public domain is governed by the INFOSEC Technical and Implementation Directive for the Interconnection of CIS. The protection of NATO information shall be in accordance with the NATO Security Policy and its supporting Directives. The connectivity between different systems using Internet is to be established in accordance with the NATO Security Policy and supporting INFOSEC Technical and Implementation Directives.
- C3 Policies and Directives