NIST 800-171_3.13.13

NIST 800-171



Control and monitor the use of mobile code

Mobile code technologies include Java JavaScript ActiveX Postscript PDF Flash animations and VBScript. Decisions regarding the use of mobile code in organizational systems are based on the potential for the code to cause damage to the systems if used maliciously. Usage restrictions and implementation guidance apply to the selection and use of mobile code installed on servers and mobile code downloaded and executed on individual workstations notebook computers and devices (e.g. smart phones). Mobile code policy and procedures address controlling or preventing the development acquisition or introduction of unacceptable mobile code in systems including requiring mobile code to be digitally signed by a trusted source [SP 800-28] provides guidance on mobile code


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