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Flashcards in 111 Communications and Security Fundamentals Deck (29):
1

Discuss COMSEC and discuss the role of the CMS custodian

Used to protect communications and information from the enemy. CMS Custodian is the CO's primary advisor on matters concerning COMSEC and reports and materials.

2

Define and explain the relevance of TPI

Two Person Integrity-Keeps all accountable, each person has a backup to make sure information is accounted for

3

Discuss Encryption

Information is placed in code to protect its contents from the eyes of the enemy...

4

Discuss Authentication

Like IFF, makes sure correct person is viewing the information

5

Discuss Access

Some information is only able to be accessed by certain personnel.

6

Discuss Classification

The level of security that determines who can view the information and material

7

Discuss Compromise

If information is lost to the enemy

8

Discuss Need to Know

proper justification to see certain classified materials

9

Discuss Restricted Area

Off-limits area to all but authorized personnel

10

Discuss Clearance

Level of information certain personnel are authorized to access

11

Explain the SSBI security investigation

Single-scope Background Investigation-Required for Top Secret, SCI and Q clearances-FBI agents check coworkers and others

12

NAC

National Agency Check; historically for officer commissioning, basis for access up to and including Secret information

13

ENTNAC

Entrance National Agency Check- Determines suitability for entrance into the service

14

Explain the objective of the personnel security program

ensure maximum uniformity and effectiveness in the application of PSP policies with the Department of the Navy

15

Explain the proper procedures and documentation required for the handling and destruction of Personal Notes

Burn or shred

16

Explain the proper procedures and documentation required for the handling and destruction of Paper Materials

Burn or shred depending on the level of secrecy

17

Explain the proper procedures and documentation required for the handling and destruction of Magnetic Tapes

Roll out tape and shred

18

Explain the proper procedures and documentation required for the handling and destruction of Magnetic Disks

Scratch or alter irreparably

19

Explain the proper procedures and documentation required for the handling and destruction of Compact Discs

Microwave or scratch beyond repair

20

Explain the proper procedures and documentation required for the handling and destruction of Naval Publications

Burn or shred

21

Define the classification category of Confidential

Lowest damage to national security if information becomes compromised

22

Define the classification category of Secret

Serious damage could result if information becomes compromised

23

Define the classification category of Top Secret

Exceptionally grave damage could result if information becomes compromised

24

Define the classification category of NOFORN

No Foreign Use

25

Define the classification category of FOUO

For Official Use Only

26

Explain the procedures for safe handling of COMSEC/CMS materials and equipment

Two person integrity, Destroy material if information becomes compromised

27

Define the term "Emergency Destruction" of COMSEC material as it applies

Aboard Ship- zeroize, destroy all COMSEC, lock it up and let it sink with ship.

28

Discuss the purpose of the Naval Warfare Publications Library

maintains documents like the NTTP, etc. through the Secret level

29

Discuss the "Smith Amendment"

stopped DOD/Military from holding a security clearence if convicted of a crime & served more than 1 year of incarceration.