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NEWS | April 14, 2023

Half-Mast Sends: Reminder on Safeguarding Classified Information

BLUF: Unauthorized disclosure of classified information, whether intentional or unintentional, is a reportable security incident.

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Recent events have made a refresher about classified information urgent. If you have access to DOD classified material, remember it's your responsibility to safeguard that information. Failure to do so can lead to a reportable security incident and other consequences.

Remember, don't discuss classified information with anyone who isn't authorized to receive such information. Most importantly, don’t access or download documents with classified markings on unclassified websites, from either home or work.

For more warnings and reminders, grab your CAC and read the full DoD memo HERE.
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