SCIF


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SCIF

(Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) A Department of Defense (DOD) term for a secure room or datacenter that foils electronic surveillance and suppresses data leakage. An SCIF includes the use of passive methods such as a room enclosed in a tightly sealed metal shield (Faraday cage) and active methods (jamming).
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At first, SCIF's telemedicine program was primarily available to employers in rural areas of California, where access to brick and mortar care facilities is limited.
A.," is often heard in the SCIF at Ramstein AB, but our financial managers ensure operators downrange rarely have to deal with it.
* Repeated attempts to introduce personal portable electronic devices into SCIFs.
For a UASI jurisdiction to receive funds, it must already have an intelligence unit that houses a SCIF or participates with a JTTF that possesses a SCIF.
If a document is discoverable, it is not excludable anyway, so declassification merely eases the review process for counsel by eliminating the need to travel to a SCIF to view any FISA-intercepted communications, and entirely refrain from discussing them outside that area.
It's important to note that SCIF is required by executive order -- the NCUA has no choice in the matter.
POL'Y 493, 505 n.42 (2011) ("The SSCI and the HPSCI conduct all of their business in a 'Secure Compartmented Information Facility' (SCIF).
Entry into a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) requires requisite security clearances.
Bernyee Peplowski, SCIF'S medical director, has held firm in the face of criticism by the California Medical Association.
Intelligence: Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) Ship s Signals Exploitation Equipment Increment E (SSEE-E)
Independently tested to exceed requirements for Tempest,, ICD 705 and MIL-STD IEEE-299 shielding effectiveness standards for SCIF environments.