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Form: CyDR off-line forms for accreditation, risk balance cases and tooling change requests

Ministry Of Defence

January 14
13:19 2021

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The accreditation request and risk balance case (RBC) off-line forms are designed for use by those Ministry of Defence and industry personnel who are unable to access the Defence Assurance Risk Tool (DART). This approach ensures the information assurance (IA) maturity evidence is equal for all parties throughout the end to end process.

Where an RBC is required to cover the transfer of information between different locations, the movements form should be used. In all other cases, please use the information form.

Remember that information categorised as official sensitive or above must not be transmitted over the internet.

The CyDR tools change request form is designed to allow Industry personnel to register proposed changes to DART and DIMDb (sometimes known as Blackthorn). Information submitted on this form should not exceed official.

The forms are designed to be as intuitive as possible, but if you have any queries or require further guidance, please email cio-dsas-contactpoint@mod.gov.uk or telephone 01480 52451, extension 4564.

Published 1 June 2010
Last updated 14 January 2021 +show all updates
  1. Updated the CyDR information and movement PDF forms with the latest versions.

  2. Added new version of the CyDR Accreditation Request Form.

  3. Updated: CyDR accreditation request form.

  4. Updated: CyDR RBC submission form: information and forms.

  5. Updated: the organisation name throughout the page, CyDR tools change request form and accreditation request form.

  6. Updated the DAIS tool change request and accreditation form.

  7. Updated page content and the DAIS offline accreditation form.

  8. Updated the DAIS accreditation request form.

  9. Updated DAIS accreditation request form to the latest version.

  10. Updated all forms as of 25 September 2018.

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