You can use this update to upgrade your system software to version 6.61 (including 6.60).
Personnel surety, the vetting of facility personnel and unescorted visitors who have or are seeking access to restricted areas and critical assets at high-risk chemical facilities, is a key aspect of chemical facility security.
If you do have wireless access on your PSP, follow the steps below: The next most straightforward way to update your firmware is from a recent game UMD.
Obviously, you can't use this method on a PSPgo, and it isn't the best choice if you want the most up-to-date firmware, as even the most recent games will only include the newest version they require to run, and not the newest version released.
The Department is in the process of seeking approval to collect information from Tier 3 and Tier 4 facilities.
High-risk chemical facilities will be individually notified of when the Department expects them to begin updating their security plans and begin implementing RBPS 12(iv).
Installing a Custom Firmware on your PSP Go has never been so easy.
The most straightforward way to update your firmware is by using the "system update" feature on the PSP itself.
You need to have a wireless internet connection in order to use this method, so if you connect your computer via a cable or telephone connection and don't use the internet on your PSP, you'll need to choose a different option.
Note: In December 2014, Congress noted in Section 2102(d)(2)(B)(ii) of the Homeland Security Act (PDF, 60 pages - 102 KB) that facilities choosing to meet RBPS 12(iv) via a visual inspection of credentials (Option 4 below) should note that visual verification has inherent limitations and provides less security value than the other options available.
Therefore, facilities should consider other means of verifying a credential's validity.