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security classification

[si′kyu̇r·əd·ē ‚klas·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(ordnance)
A category or grade assigned to defense information or materiel to indicate the degree of danger to national security that would result from its unauthorized disclosure and the standard of protection required to guard against unauthorized disclosure.
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According to the Information Security Oversight Office, government security classification costs were $8.
According to the company, the solution will be used by DND as its standard enterprise e-mail security classification labelling software and will be deployed to employees throughout the National Capital region and beyond.
Your MITAS support people can give you a copy of ITAS/MITAS and IBAS Security Classification Guide (Aug 07) that authorizes this.
Shortly afterwards, he was summoned to his superior's office and informed that, as the document contained sensitive information of a higher security classification than he was authorised to handle, he should not have seen it in the first place.
After reading Marie Burke's "More awareness needed about Gladue decision" in your April issue, I wondered why legal experts were solely focusing on the application of the Gladue principle to Aboriginal offender's court sentencing but not to their security classification and penitentiary placement?
We cannot make public the evidence we have received, because of its security classification, but we can assure people that the Ministry of Defence has given us a detailed account of what happened, and has made good progress in putting right the weaknesses which allowed it to happen.
The goal of the Bell-LaPadula security model is to prevent "read" access to objects at a security classification higher than the subject's clearance (Bishop, 2003).
The total cost for security classification for 2004 was $7.
The security classification system specified how individuals must protect the information and equipment they handle and limits access to that information and equipment through a series of procedural and/or physical barriers.
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