Electronic media is dated and the classification
marked when its created. Disks classified as Secret or
Top Secret are assigned a sequential identification
number so they can be tracked. Electronic media is
controlled just like other classified material. Electronic
media is protected according to the highest
classification ever recorded on the disk.
Disks (see fig. 22-1) are marked with stick-on labels
that identify the overall security classification and
permanently assigned identification numbers.
The ADP security program protects ADP activities,
office information systems, and networks. The
management of the ADP security system is
continuously monitored and reviewed for effectiveness.
The ADP Security Manual, OPNAVINST 5239.1,
contains a complete description of ADP security
policies and procedures.
Figure 22-7.Automated information system printout markings.