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The Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) program, established by Executive Order 13556 in 2010, aims to standardize the handling of unclassified yet sensitive government information across the Executive branch.
The Department of Defense (DOD) is a part of this branch. Malicious cyber actors target critical unclassified information from Defense contractors, threatening national security. The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and DFARS Clause 52.204-7012 were created to protect CUI.
To safeguard CUI effectively, it is crucial to identify and understand the types of CUI received or generated on behalf of the DOD.
Question: What DoD Instruction implements the DoD CUI Program?
Answer: DoDI 5200.48, Controlled Unclassified Information.
Question: Who is responsible for applying CUI markings and dissemination instructions?
Answer: Authorized holder of the information at the time of creation. [source]
Question: What is the goal of destroying CUI?
Answer: All of the above.
Question: What is the purpose of the ISOO CUI Registry?
Answer: A government-wide online repository for Federal-level guidance regarding CUI policy and practice.
Question: What is CUI Basic?
Answer: The subset of CUI for which the authorizing law, regulation, or Government-wide policy does not set out specific handling or dissemination controls.
Question: What is controlled unclassified information (CUI)?
Answer: Unclassified information requiring safeguarding and dissemination controls, pursuant to and consistent with applicable laws, regulations and government wide policies.
Question: Who can decontrol CUI?
Answer: All of the above
Question: What is CUI Specified?
Answer: The subset of CUI in which the authorizing law, regulation, or government-wide policy contains specific handling controls that it requires or permits agencies to use
Question: CUI documents must be reviewed according to which procedures before destruction?
Answer: Records Management.
Question: Administrative, civil, or criminal sanctions may be imposed if there is an unauthorized disclosure (UD) of CUI?
Question: What level of system and network configuration is required for CUI?
Answer: Moderate confidentiality
Question: It is mandatory to include a banner marking at the top of the page to alert the user that CUI is present.
Question: Who is responsible for protecting CUI?
Answer: DoD military, civilians, and contractors.
Question: What marking (banner and footer) acronym (at a minimum) is required on a DoD document containing controlled unclassified information?
Question: At the time of creation of CUI material the authorized holder is responsible for determining:
Answer: CUI category, CUI markings and dissemination instructions.
Question: What DoD instructions implements the DoD CUI program?
Answer: DoDI 5200.48, controlled unclassified information.
Question: What marking (banner and footer) acronym (at minimum) is required on a DoD document containing controlled unclassified information?
Question: In order to obtain access to CUI, an individual must first have
Answer: A lawful government purpose.
Question: I don’t have a security clearance, so I don’t have to get a prepublication review.
Question: The correct banner marking for a comingled document containing TOP SECRET, SECRET, or CUI is:
Answer: Top Secret.
Question: The correct banner marking for UNCLASSIFIED documents with CUI is