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Classifications
TOP SECRET - orange - exceptional grave damage
SECRET - red - serious damage
CONFIDENTIAL - blue - damage
UNCLASS - green - no damage
Need To Know
obtain information in order to perform government functions and duties.
TYPES OF INVESTIGATIONS
TS/SCI- Single Scope Background - 5 years
SECRET - National Agency Check/Local Agency Check - 5 years
CONFIDENTIAL- NACLC - 5 years
SAER
Security Access Eligibility Report- reports anything might effect an individuals continued eligibility for access to a SCI
FORMS
SF-700- combos
SF-701- end of day check
SF-702- open/close log
SF-703- TS Cover sheet
SF-153- COMSEC Material Report
SF-312- Classified Information Non-Disclosure Agreement.
FDO (Foreign Disclosure Officer )
Only designated foreign disclosure officers may approve the disclosure of classified and controlled unclassified military information to foreign representatives.
DCS (Defense Courrier Service)
Network of couriers and courier stations for the expeditious, cost-effective and secure transmission of qualified information to foreign representatives. Cannot have classification markings and should not use military addresses.
HAND CARRYING
Double wrap the classified information when hand-carrying outside the command. Must have a courier authorization letter or courier card.
TSCO (Top Secret Control Officer)
Maintaining a system of accountability to record the receipt, reproduction, transfer, transmission, downgrading, declassification and destruction of command TS/SCI information.
RAM
Random Anti-terrorism Measures. Consists of random implementation of higher FPCON measures in consideration if the local terrorist capabilities.
THREATCON LEVELS
1- LOW
2- MEDIUM
3- HIGH - Known Threat
4- EXTREME- Full Alert
FPCON LEVELS
NORMAL- no activity
A- general terrorist activity but not predictable
B- predictable terrorist attack
C - imminent terrorist attack
D - attack is taking place
EAP
written emergency plan for safeguarding classified material in the case of an emergency
EDP
emergency destruction procedures for natural and hostile disasters
Order of Destruction
superceded
primary
reserve on board
highest classification
all approved methods of destructions
Prohibited Items while in SCIF
cell phones, cameras, removable media, flash media.
Security Violation VS PDS
- failure to comply with regulations

- potential to jeopardize the security of COMSEC
SCI
Sensitive Compartmented Information - methods of handling certian types of classified information. to only allow people what they need and not to have every thing.
COMSEC
deny unauthorized persons information derived from telecommunications
INFOSEC
protecting info system from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, and destruction.
COMPUSEC
ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the information processed and stored on a computer.
PSP
physical security - perimeter control, guards, and physical defenses.
ATFP
reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorists acts
ICD
Intelligence Community Directives. DNI provides guidance, policy, and direction to the Intelligence Community.
SSO NAVY
designated as the Cogniziant Security Authority. implements SCI security policies and procedures.
CSM (Command Security Manager)
military officer or civillian (GS-11 or higher) and must have a completed SSBI completed as well as be a US Citizen. in charge of reports, eap, visitor policies (all admin stuff)
JPAS ( Joint Personnel Adjudication System)
web to connect security personnel around the world with a database managed by DOD angency Centeral.
DONCAF
Department of the Navy Central Adjudication Facility. determines who can have a clearance
INFOCON LEVELS
1- maximum alertness- attacks are taking place
2 - attack has taken place but not at the highest alert
3 risk has been identified
4 increased risk of attack
5 no hostile activity