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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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technology through the maintenance of security classification guides, attendance in meetings with industry, and a constant dialogue with all agencies involved in international relations.
* A quantitatively based assessment of security classification, which also allows a reasonable degree of override based on judgments by correctional managers;
Congress to strengthen oversight of the national security classification system by creating a national classification center and a classification appeals board with authority to compel agencies to declassify documents.
Data encryption is, in essence, a derivative of secret coding schemes used by the government to protect documents with high-level security classification.
security classification level, making it the first commercial cloud provider to offer regions that can serve government workloads across the full range of data classifications.
Lacson said an intelligence report must be treated as 'Confidential' even as a 'Secret' or 'Top Secret' document, depending on its security classification.
First, access to the centralized archive has been limited due to the security classification of most OEHS reports.
(d) 2) Which of the four sentence management categories used by the New Zealand Department of Corrections relies on its security classification system: (a) motivation and intervention; (b) maintenance; (c) short-serving; (d) functional support.
And lastly, part of the reason lies in the demands for data protection ranging from national security classification and compartmentalization (i.e., strictly limiting access to pre-selected individuals) to resistance and integration for reasons of bureaucratic power.
Adjudicators have the power to review his security classification and could decide to increase his sentence.
But Lady Archer said she believed the inquiry, triggered by a complaint by the MEP, had led to Archer's security classification being raised, and him being kept in a Category C prison.
Prison officials revealed that Crisp's security classification was downgraded seven months ago, when he was made a ``trusted'' inmate.

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