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Record Disposal. The IT environment subjects personal information to special hazards as to unauthorized compromise, alteration, dissemination, and use. Therefore, special considerations must be given to safeguarding personal information in IT systems consistent with the requirements of DoD Directive Personally identifiable information must also be protected while it is being processed or accessed in computer environments outside the data processing installation such as, remote job entry stations, terminal stations, minicomputers, microprocessors, and similar activities.

IT facilities authorized to process classified material have adequate procedures and security for the purposes of this Regulation. Back to Top B. Risk Management and Safeguarding Standards. Establish administrative, technical, and physical safeguards that are adequate to protect the information against unauthorized disclosure, access, or misuse. Tailor safeguards to the type of system, the nature of the information involved, and the specific threat to be countered.

Back to Top C. Minimum Administrative Safeguards. In addition: 1. Consider the following when establishing IT safeguards: a. The sensitivity of the data being processed, stored and accessed. The installation environment. The risk of exposure. The cost of the safeguard under consideration.

Label or designate media products containing personal information that do not contain classified material in such a manner as to alert those using or handling the information of the need for special protection.

Mark and protect all computer products containing classified data in accordance with the requirements of DoD Ensure that safeguards for protected information stored at secondary sites are appropriate.

If there is a computer failure, restore all protected information being processed at the time of the failure using proper recovery procedures to ensure data integrity. Train personnel involved in processing information subject to this Regulation in proper safeguarding procedures.

Back to Top D. Physical Safeguards 1. For all unclassified facilities, areas, and devices that process information subject to this Regulation, establish physical safeguards that protect the information against reasonably identifiable threats that could result in unauthorized access or alteration.

Develop access procedures for unclassified computer rooms, tape libraries, micrographic facilities, decollating shops, product distribution areas, or other direct support areas that process or contain personal information subject to this Regulation that control adequately access to these areas. Safeguard on-line devices directly coupled to IT systems that contain or process information from systems of records to prevent unauthorized disclosure, use, or alteration.

Dispose of paper records following appropriate record destruction procedures. Back to Top E. Technical Safeguards. Components are to ensure that all PII not explicitly cleared for public release is protected according to Confidentially Level Sensitive, as established in DoD Instruction In addition, all DoD information and data owners shall conduct risk assessments of compilations of PII and identify those needing more stringent protection for remote access or mobile computing.

Encrypt unclassified personal information in accordance with current Information Assurance IA policies and procedures, as issued. Remove personal data stored on magnetic storage media by methods that preclude reconstruction of the data. Ensure that personal information is not inadvertently disclosed as residue when transferring magnetic media between activities. Only DoD authorized devices shall be used for remote access. Any remote access, whether for user or privileged functions, must conform to IA controls specified in DoD Instruction Do not totally rely on proprietary software products to protect personnel data during processing or storage.

Special Procedures. Managers shall: a. Prepare and submit for publication all system notices and amendments and alterations thereto. Identify required controls and individuals authorized access to PII and maintain updates to the access authorizations. Train all personnel whose official duties require access to the system of records in the proper safeguarding and use of the information and ensure that they receive Privacy Act training. Back to Top G.

Dispose of records subject to this Regulation so as to prevent compromise. Magnetic tapes or other magnetic medium may be cleared by degaussing, overwriting, or erasing.

Do not use respliced waste computer products containing personal data.


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