Glossary of DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM REGULATION
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- Who is in charge of the Information Security Plan within the command
- Commanding Officer
Info:It may be further delegated unless specifically prohibited
- Who is responsible for implementing the Information Security Plan
- Security Manager
- Who is responsible to maintain asystem of accountability to record the receipt, reproduction, transfer,transmission, downgrading, and destruction of command TOP SECRET information
- Top Secret Control Officer (TSCO)
- Who is responsible to assist the TSCO as needed
- Top Secret Control Assistant (TSCA)
- Who is the C.O.'s primary advisor on matters concerning the security and handling of COMSEC information?
- CMS Custodian
- Who keeps receipts, and accounts for Naval Warfare Publications
- NWP Custodian
- Who ensures NATO information is correctly controlled and accounted for, and that NATO security procedures are observed?
- NATO control officer
- Who is the primary point of contact for all command INFOSEC matters andimplements the command INFOSEC program
- Information Systems Security Manager(ISSM)
- Who is responsible for the operation of all command SCIF's
- Special Security Officer (SSO)
- Who is responsible to develop an emergency plan for the protection of classified information in case of a natural disaster or civil disturbance
- Commanding Officer
- What are the priorities for emergency destruction
- PRI 1 TOP SECRET
PRI 2 SECRET
PRI 3 CONFIDENTIAL
- Classification level applied to information whose unauthorized disclosure could reasonably expect to cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security?
- Top Secret
- Classification level applied to information whose unauthorized disclosure could reasonable expect to cause serious damage to the national security
- Classification level applied to information whose unauthorized disclosure could reasonably expect to cause damage to the national security?
- Who delegates officials to be Top Secret Original Classification Authorities (OCA)
- Who delegates officials to be Secret Original Classification Authorities (OCA)
- Is OCA transferable or able to be delegated down
- What is the Maximum duration that a document can hold its original classification
- 10 years
- If classificationmust go beyond 10 years, What x code will be used to indicate that information may reveal intelligence source,method,or activity
- If classification must go beyond 10 years, What X code will be used to indicate that information that would assist in the development of weapons of mass destruction?
- If classification must go beyond 10 years, What X code will be used to indicate that information that would impair the development or use of technology within U.S. weapons systems
- If no OCA is present and originator may not know the proper classification, how should the originator mark the document
- TENTATIVE with the possible classification following
- How do you apply classification level or associated markings to any article or portion of an article that has appeared in the public domain? (newspaper or magazine)
- No marking will be used at all
- How should classified documents provided to foreign governments be marked
- Only with the highest classification level. Other associated markings will be left off
- What letter should be used for the identification of NATO restricted or Foreign Gov't restricted information
- The authority to grant waivers of the portion requirements rest with whom
- Director ISCO
Info: waivers granted prior to 14 OCT 1995 are no longer valid
- How should subject or titles be Marked
- Abbreviated classification level after the title or subject
- Where should the downgrage to and declassify on lines be placed
- Immediately below the classified on and reason lines
- How should documents containing RD or FRD be marked
- On the face of documents in the lower left hand corner with following notice
"RESTRICTED DATA" - This material contains Restricted Data as defined in the Atomic Energy Act of 1954. Unauthorized disclosure subject to aministrative and criminal sanctions.
"FORMERLY RESTRICTED DATA" - Unauthorized disclosure subject to administrative and criminal sanctions. Handle as Restricted Data in foreign dissemination. Section 144.b, Atomic Energy Act, 1954
- How should documents containing RD or FRD be portioned marked
- Portion mark documents containing RD with the abbreviated form RD (e.g.(TS/RD)")and portions containing FRO with the abbreviated form "FRD" (e.g. (C/FRO)n). The short form for RD is "RESTRICTED DATA" and the short form for FRD is FORMERLY RESTRICTED DATA"
- What designator is used to identifies all COMSEC documents and keying material which is used to protect or authenticate classified or sensitive unclassified government or government - derived information?
- Do Classified documents containing FOUO require any markings on the face of the document
- How should Unclassified letters of transmittal with FOUO enclosures or attachments be marked
- Marked at the top left corner with "FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY ATTACHMENT"
- What does the Markings UCNI stand for
- Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information
- How is DOD Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information documents portion marked
- (DOD UCNI) immediately before the beginning of the portion
- How should COMSEC documents and material likely to be released to contractors be marked?
- "COMSEC Material - Access by Contractor Personnel Restricted to U.S. Citizens Holding Final Government Clearance."
at the bottom center of the page, above the classification level marking
- How should documents containing CNWDI be marked?
- CNWDI. CNWDI (a subset of RD)is subject to special dissemination controls. In addiction to the RD notice, mark the face of a document containing CNWDI in the lower left corner with the following warning notice: "CRITICAL NUBLEAR WEAPONS DESIGN INFORMATION, DOD DIRECTIVE 5210.2 APPLIES"
Portion mark RD documents containing CNWOI with the abbreviated form(N) (e.g. (S/AD)(N).
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