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Command Cyber Readiness Inspection

The Command Cyber Readiness Inspection, or CCRI, is a comprehensive network inspection for AFIMSC from Aug. 20-31, 2018. The CCRI is aimed at improving and verifying AFIMSC and the Air Force Civil Engineer Center's day-to-day-operations.

Actions to Improve Security

FOR NON-CLASSIFIED PROCESSING AREAS:

--It's everyone's responsibility to focus on security

-- Visual aids must be current and posted

-- Phones must have DD 2056s (red sticker)

-- Shredders/printers/copiers/scanners -- Appropriate signage must be displayed to indicate NOT APPROVED for classified processing

-- When you leave your computer, remove and secure your CAC

-- All FOIA/FOUO/CUI must be stored and protected accordingly  

-- Government sponsors are responsible for their visitors at all times to ensure government systems and information is protected 

-- External hard drives must be marked unclassified using SF 710 stickers

FOR CLASSIFIED PROCESSING ENVIRONMENTS:

--Individuals are responsible for their classified materials (SIPR tokens, CAC cards)

-- Shredders/printers/copiers/scanners -- Appropriate signage must be displayed to indicate "NOT APPROVED" or "APPROVED" for classified

--All material such as binders and books in mixed classified or unclassified environments must be marked unclassified or secret

--Cellphones or any wireless devices are not allowed in the classified processing areas

-- SIPR and NIPR cable lines must be separated by at least 20 inches and labeled using the SF 707 (secret) or SF 710 (unclassified) stickers

-- SIPR and NIPR monitors must be separated by at least 3 inches and be labeled using the SF 707 (secret) or SF 710 (unclassified) stickers

-- Speakers must have 20 inches distance between SIPR and NIPR systems

-- When you leave your computer, remove and secure your CAC and/or Token

-- Docked SIPRNet computers must not be left unattended

-- Exposed SIPRNet fiber cables that are not red in color must be marked using red tape ever meter 

-- SIPR card readers must be labeled secret

-- KVM switches must be labelled appropriately for unclassified and secret

-- Removable hard drives or external hard drives must be labeled using the SF 707 (secret) or SF 710 (unclassified) stickers

-- CDs in a classified environment must be labeled with SF 711 Data Descriptor and have SF 707 (secret) or SF 710 (unclassified) sticker affixed

-- Computer cameras must be covered when not in use

-- Declassification statements must be added to documents IAW DoD 5200.01, Vol 1, encls 5

-- Classified material must be properly stored in approved security containers.  Nothing can be placed on top of safes.   

-- Windows, doors or other openings must be properly secured

-- Waste paper baskets must be cleared of papers

-- Classified processing area "End of Day Check" is completed (SF 701) daily

-- Protection of information is everyone's responsibility so please help us to remain in compliance.  Report violations to the information system security officer or unit security manager by emailing afcec.ia@us.af.mil or afimsc.security@us.af.mil