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Include network diagrams depicting the connections as described.] 8 [CLASSIFICATION]
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[System Name] System Security Plan [DATE] 6 PERSONNEL SECURITY 6.1 IA Responsibilities SAMPLE TEXT: Everyone with security responsibilities for [Site Name and/or System Name] meet the trustworthiness investigative levels for users with IA management access to DoD ISs as established in Section E3.4.8 of DoDI 8500.2. Only individuals who have a valid need-to-know that is demonstrated by assigned official government duties and who satisfy all personnel security criteria (e.g., IT position sensitivity background investigation requirements) are granted access to information with special protection measures or restricted distribution as established by the information owner. All individuals requiring access to classified information are processed for access authorization in accordance with DoD personnel security policies. This includes maintenance personnel, since they also need to be cleared to the highest level of information on the system. [Organization Name] has entrusted the following people with information security responsibilities for [Site Name and/or System Name] : [List people with security responsibilities for the information system and the security roles they perform] Title Name Address Email Phone Table 3: Security Responsibilities 6.2 IA Awareness & Training SAMPLE TEXT: All personnel are certified for their roles in accordance with DoDD 8570.01-M. A program is implemented to ensure that upon arrival and periodically thereafter, all IA personnel receive training and familiarization to perform their assigned IA responsibilities, to include familiarization with their prescribed roles in all IA related plans such as Incident Response, Configuration Management and COOP or Disaster Recovery. A program is implemented to ensure that upon arrival and periodically thereafter, all authorized users receive IA awareness training. 9 [CLASSIFICATION]
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[System Name] System Security Plan [DATE] 7 IA ACQUISITION SAMPLE TEXT: There is a discrete line item for IA in the program and budget documentation. Acquisition or outsourcing of dedicated IA services (e.g., incident monitoring, analysis and response; operation of IA devices, such as firewalls; or key management services) is supported by a formal risk analysis and approved by the DoD Component CIO. The Acquisition or outsourcing of IT services explicitly addresses government, service provider and end user IA roles and responsibilities. 10 [CLASSIFICATION]
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[System Name] System Security Plan [DATE] 8 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INFORMATION ASSURANCE CONTROLS [Populate the table below with the appropriate DoDI 8500.2 IA controls for your system.] This section lists all the DoDI 8500.2 IA requirements for this system and shows which ones are inherited or not applicable. The [System Name] DIACAP Scorecard records the status of compliance with these requirements.
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