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The construction of an integrated information system to support command and control in order to meet the requirements of national defense both in wartime and peacetime is extremely urgent. In order for this system to be effectively applicable, it is necessary to ensure both the necessary and sufficient conditions. The primary necessary condition is the system's applicability, while the sufficient condition encompasses the complementary measures and solutions within the system to ensure its integrity, authenticity, and robustness. To fulfill the system requirements, a comprehensive approach is essential, involving both engineering and personnel aspects. However, within the scope of this article, the authors primarily present a set of hardware solutions aimed at addressing the issue of information protection. This article identifies groups of information that require protection, mitigates security threats, and highlights the existing hardware tools that are suitable for the established operating management system model



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Issue: Vol 6 No SI8 (2023): Vol 6 (SI8): Advanced technologies for computer science and engineering 2023
Page No.: In press
Published: Jun 7, 2024
Section: Advanced technologies for computer science and engineering 2023
DOI: https://doi.org/10.32508/stdjet.v6iSI8.1204

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Nam, C., Dung, T., & Quyen, N. (2024). Developing a Data Security Solution for the Command and Control Management System at the Headquarters. VNUHCM Journal of Engineering and Technology, 6(SI8), In press. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.32508/stdjet.v6iSI8.1204

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