Table of Contents
- 1 What is a classified data spill?
- 2 What is considered spillage?
- 3 What is a classified data spill or negligent discharge of classified information?
- 4 What is the first step in reporting an incident of unauthorized disclosure?
- 5 When classified information or controlled unclassified information is transferred?
- 6 When destroying or disposing of classified information you must?
What is a classified data spill?
Definition(s): Security incident that occurs whenever classified data is spilled either onto an unclassified information system or to an information system with a lower level of classification or different security category. Rationale: Spillage encompasses this term.
What is considered spillage?
• Data spillage – the transfer of classified or sensitive information to unaccredited or. unauthorized systems, individuals, applications or media. A spillage can be from a higher level classification to a lower one.
What type of security incident is spillage?
See spillage. Security incident that results in the transfer of classified information onto an information system not authorized to store or process that information.
Is spillage accidental or intentional?
When an individual purposefully disregards procedures or policies and causes a data spill, this is considered willful. Intentionally bypassing security controls is an example of this.
What is a classified data spill or negligent discharge of classified information?
Data spills are willful, negligent, or inadvertent disclosures of information. They occur when classified information or CUI is transferred or transmitted onto a system that lacks the appropriate security level or, in the case of CUI, that lacks the required protection or access controls.
If you see or suspect unauthorized disclosure, first take steps to protect the classified information. Then report to your organization’s security officer. If you are a DOD employee, report the incident to your security manager.
Which of the following actions is appropriate after finding classified information on the Internet?
Which of the following actions is appropriate after finding classified Government information on the internet? Note any identifying information and the website’s URL. You just studied 21 terms!
What is the proper response if spillage occurs?
What is a proper response if spillage occurs? Immediately notify your security POC. What should you do if a reporter asks you about potentially classified information on the web? Ask for information about the website, including the URL.
When classified information or controlled unclassified information is transferred?
As defined in DoDM 5200.01, Volume 3, DoD Information Security Program, unauthorized disclosure is the communication or physical transfer of classified or controlled unclassified information to an unauthorized recipient.
When destroying or disposing of classified information you must?
Classified waste disposal requires destroying government documents to prevent release of their contents. The three primary methods used by the Federal Government to destroy classified documents are incineration, shredding or milling (dry process), and pulping (wet process).
When someone opens classified information on the Niprnet This is an example of a leak?
When someone opens classified information on the Niprnet This is an example of a leak? when someone opens up classified information on the niprnet, this is an example of a When someone opens classified information on the NIPRNET, this is an example of a Spill, or Negligent Discharge of Classified Information (NDCI).
What is Unauthorised disclosure?
Definition(s): An event involving the exposure of information to entities not authorized access to the information.