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SECNAV M-5510.36
INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM
provides overall policy
guidance on information security
National Security Council (NSC)
establishes national standards for the classification and marking of classified national security information, security education and training
programs, self-inspection programs, and declassification
Director of the Information Security Oversight Office
(ISOO)
chairman of the National Foreign Intelligence Board (NFIB)
Director of Central Intelligence (DCI)
is the primary internal security agency of the U.S. Government. It has jurisdiction over investigative matters, which include espionage, sabotage, treason, and other subversive activities.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
provides centralized
coordination and direction for signals intelligence and
communications security for the U.S. Government.
National Security Agency (NSA)
is responsible for the
direction and control of SCI programs established by DOD
components.
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
is responsible for investigative, law enforcement, physical security, technical surveillance
countermeasures, and counterintelligence (CI) policy and programs
within the DON.
Special Assistant for Naval Investigative Matters and
Security (DIRNCIS)
COMSEC
Communications Security
SCI
Special Access Programs
FGI
Foreign Government Information
SIOP
Single Integrated Operational Plan
SIOP-ESI
Single Integrated Operational Plan-Extremely Sensitive Information
RD
Restricted Data
FRD
Formerly Restricted Data
CNWDI
Critical Nuclear Weapons Design Information
NATO
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
CUI
Controlled Unclassified Information
NISP
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROGRAM
is responsible for
implementing the ISP and shall have direct access to the commanding officer
security manager
SSBI
Single Scope Background Investigation
TSCO
TOP SECRET CONTROL OFFICER
Persons designated as assistant security managers must be U.S. citizens, and either officers, enlisted persons E-6 or above, or civilians GS-6 or above.
Assistant Security Manager
is the principal advisor to the commanding officer in all matters regarding the Communication Material System (CMS)
Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) Manager
EKMS
Electronic Key Management System Manager
custodian will exercise control over receipt, correction, stowage, security, accounting, distribution, and authorized destruction of all NWPs
Naval Warfare Publications (NWP) Custodian.
NWP
Naval Warfare Publications Custodian.
COR
CONTRACTING OFFICER'S REPRESENTATIVE
IAM
INFORMATION ASSURANCE MANAGER
serves as the point of contact for all command information assurance (IA) matters and implements the command's IA program.
INFORMATION ASSURANCE MANAGER
is responsible for the operation (e.g., security, control, use, etc.) of all command Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs)
SPECIAL SECURITY OFFICER (SSO)
is the classification level exceptionally grave damage
Top Secret
is the classification level cause serious damage to the national security
Secret
is the classification level applied to
information whose unauthorized disclosure could reasonably be expected to cause damage to the national security.
Confidential
SCG
Security Classification Guides