A security clearance demonstrates that the government has determined that you are trustworthy. As such, you may perform on classified contracts depending on your security clearance level and need to know. To better understand how to protect classified information, it may help to understand how and why security classification is assigned. The following provides answers to popular questions:
Classification Levels and Why Certain Information is Classified
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Information for the CIO, CSO, FSO, ISSO and other security professionals. Understanding NISPOM and ITAR compliance is tough. With over 12,000 cleared defense contractors, a majority of those don't have a security staff. We'll hope to help fill the gap. From security clearances to performing on classified contracts, you can find help here.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
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