Advisory Memorandum on Office Automation Security Guideline
Provides guidance to users, security officers, procurement officers, and others in the executive branch of the U.S. Government who are responsible for the security of office automation systems that processes classified or sensitive information. Also cites other sources of guidance as references.
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ADP System Security ADPSSO Area Network Automated Information Systems BREAK keys classified or sensitive clearance communications media communications software components compromise of information Computer Security Center connected contain fixed media declassified Defense Trusted Computer degaussed different sensitivity levels diskette encryption ensure Example file allocation table fixed disk floppy disk hardware hardware/software controls hardware/software security information contained information stored level of information Local Area Network lower sensitivity level magnetic media Magnetic Remanence magnetic storage media MAINFRAME mainframe computer media e.g. NACSI need-to-know OA System Office Automation Systems organization password Personal Computer Personnel Privileged Preparing Downgraded Extracts printer printout process classified information process information procurement provides guidance remote AIS removable media removable-media-only responsible security controls semiconductor memory Sensitivity Marking sensitivity of information Shared-Use Systems System Security Officers System users System with fixed Systems Processing TCSEC TOP SECRET Unclassified disk unsensitive volume of media volume of removable Winchester disks
Page 30 - Access. (a) A person is eligible for access to classified information provided that a determination of trustworthiness has been made by agency heads or designated officials and provided that such access is essential to the accomplishment of lawful and authorized Government purposes.
Page 55 - Sensitive but unclassified information is information the disclosure, loss, misuse, alteration or destruction of which could adversely affect national security or other federal government interests. National security interests are those unclassified matters that relate to the national defense or the foreign relations of the US Government. Other government interests are those related, but not limited to the wide range of government or government-derived economic, human, financial, industrial, agricultural,...
Page 58 - No. 2, National Policy on Protection of Sensitive But Unclassified Information in Federal Government Telecommunications and Automated Information Systems (October 29, 1986).
Page 54 - Magnetic Remanence A measure of the magnetic flux density remaining after removal of an applied magnetic force.
Page 58 - National Security Decision Directive 145, National Policy on Telecommunications and Automated Information Systems Security (NSDD-145), 74 created significant shifts and overlaps in agency responsibilities.
Page 3 - In recent years there has been a tremendous increase in the number of "small fact...
Page 58 - Security of Personal Computer Systems: A Management Guide, (NBS Special Publication 500-120, US Dept.
Page 58 - Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Circular A-130, Management of Federal Information Resources (November 30, 2000) and Circular A-ll, Part 3, Planning, Budgeting, and Acquisition of Capital Assets (July 2001).