PPT 01.02 Comsec 2013.pptx - COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY...

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COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
OVERVIEW Terms and responsibilities associated Types of classifications Security components Requirements for handling classified material Families of Crypto Fill Devices Types of Crypto
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
Communication Security is the protection resulting from all measures designed to deny unauthorized persons information of value, which might be derived from the possession, and study of telecommunications. Terms and Responsibilities Associated
Communication Security doesn’t happen by chance, it is the result of carefully designed measures. Marines must be able to identify responsibilities and accountabilities in handling classified material Terms and Responsibilities Associated
Responsibilities: The commanding officer is ultimately overall responsible but designates and holds responsible: The unit Security Officer. The individual user. Terms and Responsibilities Associated
Accountability: Any individual who may need access, must read, understand, sign a classified information user’s agreement, and undergo security training. Terms and Responsibilities Associated
Compromise Definition: Any suspected disclosure of classified information or material to unauthorized personnel. Terms and Responsibilities Associated
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
Types of classifications COMSEC MATERIAL CLASSIFICATION Determines storage and access requirements. Standard classification markings: Top Secret (TS), Secret (S), Confidential (C), Unclassified (U).
CLASSIFICATIONS Levels: Each level depends on what bearing the information contained can have on national security. Types of classifications
TOP SECRET . Requires the “highest degree” of protection. If compromised it could cause "EXCEPTIONALLY GRAVE DAMAGE " to national security. Types of classifications

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