On 6/29/12 5:45 PM, Willy Santos wrote:
  Mapped CCI-000085 to gconf_gnome_disable_automount.
  Mapped CCI-000085 to service_autofs_disabled.
  Mapped CCI-000085 to bios_disable_usb_boot.
  Mapped CCI-000085 to bootloader_nousb_argument.
  Mapped CCI-000085 to kernel_module_usb-storage_removed.
  Mapped CCI-000085 to gconf_gnome_disable_automount.

SRG-OS-000034 CCI-000085 The operating system must monitor for unauthorized connections of mobile devices to organizational information systems. Mobile devices include portable storage media (e.g., USB memory sticks, external hard disk drives) and portable computing and communications devices with information storage capability (e.g., notebook/laptop computers, personal digital assistants, cellular telephones, digital cameras, audio recording devices). Organization-controlled mobile devices include those devices for which the organization has the authority to specify and the ability to enforce specific security requirements. Usage restrictions and implementation guidance related to mobile devices include, configuration management, device identification and authentication, implementation of mandatory protective software (e.g., malicious code detection, firewall), scanning devices for malicious code, updating virus protection software, scanning for critical software updates and patches, conducting primary operating system (and possibly other resident software) integrity checks, and disabling unnecessary hardware (e.g., wireless, infrared). In order to detect unauthorized mobile device connections, organizations must first identify and document what mobile devices are authorized.

I ack'd those due to the line in bold -- your mappings are part of what defines what is allowed (ok, this may be a lose interpretation, but we can adjust later).

I would also map this to the audit configuration section, as these things would show up in dmsg and audit logs