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1 Annual Security Refresher Briefing Note: All classified markings contained within this presentation are for training purposes only.

2 Overview Classification System Classified Safeguarding and Handling Protection of Controlled Unclassified Information Employee and Visitor Access Controls Security Inspections and Reviews Foreign Ownership, Control, or Influence (FOCI) Requirements Information Systems Security Communication Security (COMSEC) Reporting Requirements Security Violations and Deviations Threat Awareness and Defensive Measures Quiz Questions Summary Outline

3 Overview As a cleared Department of Defense (DoD) government contractor, the protection of sensitive government information (both classified and controlled unclassified), is the responsibility of every employee of {Company}, regardless of how it was obtained or what form it takes. Our vigilance is imperative in the protection and control of this information. Under Executive Order (EO) and DoD Directives anyone with access to these resources has an obligation to protect it. The very nature of our work dictate that we lead the way in sound security practices. Anything less is simply not acceptable.

4 Overview As a cleared employee, you are required to receive annual security refresher training and various security awareness and training information on a recurring basis to include but not limited to: Security newsletters Memorandums Pamphlets and guides Periodic bulletins Computer-based courses

5 Overview This briefing will:
Meet the annual government security education requirement Explain the importance of protecting government assets and what is being protected Provide a basic understanding of DoD security policies Provide guidelines and tips to prevent future security incidents Ensure all personnel have the same understanding of their security responsibilities and reporting requirements

6 Overview Guiding Directive
NISPOM: National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual The NISPOM is the principle document governing U.S. industry in carrying out contracts within the U.S. Government Industrial Security Program {Company} is responsible for complying with the requirements of the NISPOM in order to bid on or be awarded a contract involving classified U.S. or foreign government information All U.S. classified contracts must be accompanied by a DD Form 254, Contract Security Classification Specification This form becomes part of the contractual documents and identifies what level of classified information is required to accomplish the contract goals

7 Overview Non-Disclosure Agreement (SF-312)
responsibilities All personnel authorized to access Classified information must sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with the U.S. Government upon being granted access to classified information with {Company} The Security Department will inform you of your requirement to review and sign the NDA By signing this agreement you acknowledge that A special trust has been placed in you You are responsible to protect classified information from unauthorized disclosure You have received your security indoctrination for handling classified information and notification of pre-publication review This is a binding lifetime agreement, even when you no longer require a security clearance There are serious consequences for not complying with the terms of this agreement which are punishable under Federal criminal statutes, including imprisonment and fines

8 Overview Why do we need Security?
The protection of classified information is required in order to protect national security DoD Security Regulations, Directives, and Programs are established to counter threats to our national security Threats to classified and unclassified assets can include: Insiders (government employees, contractor employees, and authorized visitors) Criminal and Terrorist Activities Foreign Intelligence Services Foreign Governments {Company} is assessed annually on its security compliance and its ability to properly safeguard classified information A positive rating on this assessment is critical in maintaining our facility clearance and continuing to do business with the U.S. Government

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