Backlog

The backlog shows the list of suggested standards which have been submitted to the NPTC Standards Working Group and are potential candidate standards for development and/or inclusion onto the Catalogue.

business > guidance > commercial

Nep O365 Procurement Licensing Model

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business > guidance > legislation

Gdpr - Placeholder

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Foia - Placeholder

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Mopi - Placeholder

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Dpa - Placeholder

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business > guidance > process

Issue And Resolution Logging Of Supplier Guidance

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business > guidance > user-research

It User Research Project Toolkit

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Description As part of the investigation and delivery of any new service, you need to first conduct user research to ascertain who the users of the technology shall be, how best their needs can be met and what their current pain points are.

business > policy > commercial

Software Provisioning And Procurement Requirements For Suppliers

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business > policy > data

Document Formats For Open Collaboration

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Information Asset Preservation Policy

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Email Tagging And Deletion Policy

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Retention And Deletion Policy For Business Personal Cloud Sites

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Document Deletion Policy

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Information Asset Exchange Policy

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business > reference > templates

Business Process Specific Shared Site Templates

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B2B Baseline Sharing/Collaboration Questionnaire Template

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Description A baseline security questionnaire for B2B suppliers to establish suitability for sharing/collaboration of information.

security > guidance > access

Access To Cloud Productivity Services Best Current Practice

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security > guidance > data

Encryption Standards For Cloud Data Storage

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security > guidance > product

Approved/Accredited Mobile Device Management Solutions

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security > policy > access

Approved Authentication Standards

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Password Complexity And Expiry Policy

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security > policy > collaboration-sharing

Domain Blacklisting And Whitelisting Policy

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security > policy > data

Data Handling Tags And Policy

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Cloud Hosted Data Residency Requirements

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Police Security Classification

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Data Loss Prevention Policy

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Soc Audit And Data Log Capture Requirements

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Securing Email

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Encryption Standards For Data In Transit

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security > policy > device

Server And End User Device Provisioning Policies

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security > policy > roles

Privilege Escalation Policy And Procedures

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technical > guidance > architecture

Reference Architectures Best Common Practice

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Odata (Open Data Protocol) Json Format

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Description OData (Open Data Protocol) is an ISO/IEC approved, OASIS standard that defines a set of best practices for building and consuming RESTful APIs. The OData protocol is comprised of a set of specifications for representing and interacting with structured content. The core specification for the protocol is in [OData-Protocol]; this document is an extension of the core protocol. This document defines representations for the OData requests and responses using the JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), see [RFC4627]. OData RESTful APIs are simple to consume. The OData metadata, a machine-readable description of the data model of the APIs, enables the creation of powerful generic client proxies and tools.

technical > guidance > data

Document/File Formats Best Common Practice

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technical > guidance > naming-conventions

Consistent Naming Conventions For Cloud Tenants

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technical > guidance > protocol

Api Specification Formats (Rest, Soap, Thrift)

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technical > policy > data

Character Sets

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Approved Video Formats

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Image Formats

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technical > specification > data

Hypercat - Internet Of Things Standard

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Description Hypercat is a Global Alliance and standard (PAS 212) driving secure and interoperable Internet of Things (IoT) for Industry and cities. The Hypercat specification allows Internet of Things (IoT) clients to discover information about IoT assets over the web. With Hypercat developers can write applications that will work across many servers, breaking down the walls between vertical silos.

technical > specification > device

Approved End User Devices And Minimum Specification Requirements

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Body Worn Video

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Global Location Number

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Description Global Location Number (GLN) can be used by companies to identify their locations, giving them complete flexibility to identify any type or level of location required. GLN IS FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH ISO STANDARD 6523.

Information Technology – Structure For The Identification Of Organizations And Organization Parts – Part 1:Identification Of Organization Identification Schemes

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Description SO/IEC 6523 Information technology – Structure for the identification of organizations and organization parts is an international standard that defines a structure for uniquely identifying organizations and parts thereof in computer data interchange and specifies the registration procedure to obtain an International Code Designator (ICD) value for an identification scheme.

Dimensionally Extended Nine-Intersection Model (De-9Im)

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Description The Dimensionally Extended nine-Intersection Model (DE-9IM) is a topological model and a standard used to describe the spatial relations of two regions (two geometries in two-dimensions, R2), in Geometry, Point-set topology, Geospatial topology, and fields related to computer spatial analysis. Since the spatial relations expressed by the model are topological they are invariant to rotation, translation and scaling transformations.