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CTCPEC is the Canadian Trusted Computer Product Evaluation Criteria. It is a computer security standard published in 1993 by the Communications Security Establishment to provide an evaluation criterion on IT products.

It is a combination of the TCSEC (also called Orange Book) and the European ITSEC approaches.

CTCPEC, ITSEC and TCSEC have been largely superseded by the Common Criteria standard.

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