DEFINITION
Critical Security Risk

The existence of a security vulnerability that, if exploited by an adversary, could cause exceptionally grave damage to the viability of the BMD or the operational effectiveness of the SDS. Critical risks assume an adversary's capability to cause major system disruption or degradation (e.g., single point failure), destruction of mission-critical components, or usurpation of system functions.

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