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Aceptable Use Policy Essay

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ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY (AUP), v 1.4, 6 January 2012 Reference: AR 25-2 (Information Assurance). A well-protected DoD/Army network enables organizations to easily handle the increasing dependence on the Internet. For a DoD/Army organization to be successful, it needs to integrate information that is secure from all aspects of the organization. The purpose of this policy is to outline the acceptable use of computer equipment within a DoD/Army organization. These rules are in place to protect the employee and the organization. Inappropriate use exposes DoD/Army units to risks including attacks, compromise of network systems and services, and legal issues. This policy applies to all employees, ...view middle of the document...

c. The classification boundary between SIPRNET and NIPRNET requires vigilance and attention by all users. d. The ultimate responsibility for ensuring the protection of information lies with the user. The release of TOP SECRET information through the SIPRNET, or any unauthorized disclosure of classified information (SECRET) on the NIPRNET is a security violation and will be investigated and handled as a security violation. e. Writing to removable media such as USB and DVD/CD drives is prohibited on SIPRNET without express authorization from the DAA. Read only privileges are not impacted and are allowed for DoD personnel based on existing procedures, need-to-know and mission need. 5. Unclassified information processing. The NIPRNET is the primary unclassified information system for Army units. NIPRNET provides unclassified communication to external DoD and other United States Government organizations. Primarily, this is done via electronic mail and Internet networking protocols such as Web Access, Virtual Private Network, or other approved remote access system. a. NIPRNET is approved to process UNCLASSIFIED, SENSITIVE information in accordance with AR 25-2 and local automated information system security management policies. A Designated Approval Authority (DAA) has accredited this network for processing this type of information.

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b. The NIPRNET and the Internet, for the purpose of the AUP, are synonymous. E-mail and attachments are vulnerable to interception as they traverse the NIPRNET and Internet, as well as all inbound/outbound data, external threats (e.g. worms, denial of service, hacker) and internal threats. c. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Use: (1) Public Key Infrastructure provides a secure computing environment utilizing encryption algorithms (Public/Private-Keys). (2) Token/Smart Card (or CAC). The Cryptographic Common Access Card Logon (CCL) is now the primary access control mechanism for all Army users (with very few exceptions). This is a two phase authentication process. First, the CAC is inserted into a middleware (reader), and then a unique user PIN number provides the validation process. (3) Digital Certificates (Private/Public Key). CAC is used as a means to send digitally signed e-mail and encrypted e-mail. (4) Private Key (digital signature), as a general rule, should be used whenever e-mail is considered “Official Business” and contains sensitive information (such as operational requirements). Additionally, all emails with embedded hyperlinks and or attachments must be digitally signed. The digital signature provides for the non-repudiation of the message that the sender cannot later deny having originated the e-mail. (5) Public Key is used to encrypt information and verify the origin of the sender of an email. Encrypted mail should be the exception, and not the rule. It should only be used to send sensitive information, information protected by the Privacy Act of 1974, and Information protected under the Health...

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