Information Security Shorts
The Information Security (INFOSEC) Program establishes policies, procedures, and requirements to protect classified and controlled unclassified information (CUI) that, if disclosed, could cause damage to national security.
These "shorts" are not intended for download. Please note, you will not receive a certificate of completion for watching a short.
Classified Storage Requirements go»
Refreshes the requirements and best practices for storing classified information and provides exercises applying this knowledge.
Completing the SF 700 go»
Identifies the basic requirements in preparing and completing the SF 700, Security Container Information, in accordance with DoD Manual 5200.01, Vol. 3, "DoD Information Security Program: Protection of Classified Information."
Completing the SF 701 Form go»
Identifies the basic requirements in preparing and completing the Standard Form (SF) 701, Activity Security Checklist, in accordance with DoD Manual 5200.01, Vol. 3, "DoD Information Security Program: Protection of Classified Information."
Completing the SF 702 Form go»
Identifies the basic requirements in preparing and completing the Standard Form (SF) 702, Security Container Check Sheet, in accordance with DoD Manual 5200.01, Vol. 3, "DoD Information Security Program: Protection of Classified Information."
Disposal and Destruction of Classified Information go»
Provides an overview of the requirements for disposal and destruction of classified information as addressed in DoD Manual 5200.01, Volume 3, "DoD Information Security Program: Protection of Classified Information." Identifies what types of classified information are authorized to be destroyed, why classified information must be destroyed, who is authorized to destroy it, when it must be destroyed, and the methods available for its destruction.
Downgrading and Declassification go»Provides an opportunity to practice the thought process involved in calculating declassification instructions of a derivatively classified document derived from multiple sources.
Marking in the Electronic Environment go»Explains how to recognize and apply classification marking in the electronic environment.
Marking Syntax go»
Provides information on how to apply the proper marking syntax to banner lines contained in a U.S. classified document based on portion markings contained therein. This includes the hierarchy and order of markings, the specific markings that fall within each category, and the proper formatting structure.
NATO Information go»Delivers information on the who, what, where, how and why's of NATO handling and processing requirements in accordance with DoD Manual 5200.01, Volumes 1-4, DoD Information Security Program and USSAN 1-07.
Requirements for OCAs go»
Provides an overview of the changes for Original Classification Authorities (OCAs) resulting from the promulgation of Executive Order 13526. Includes a brief review of the six steps of the original classification process and highlights the mandatory annual training requirement, as well as sanctions that can be imposed for failure to timely complete that training.
Security Incidents Reporting Requirement go»
Identifies the appropriate reporting requirements to follow in the event of a security incident.
Termination Briefing go»
Provides the requirements for the protection of classified information, even after cleared employees no longer require access.
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