Security Requirements Guides are documents that provide detailed security requirements for various technologies, applications,databases, and operating systems.
SRGs offer guidance on how to configure and secure different technologies to meet specific security standards. THese are more generic in nature, as compared to a Security Technical Implementation Guide, which are tailor made for a specific software product. The SRGs are ideal for organizations that may be looking to develop their own specific database, rather than leverage a commercially available, or open source version.   

 

Applicability: SRGs are relevant when configuring and securing technology components in compliance with security standards.

URL: DISA – Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) Overview

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