Which Of The Following Is NOT A Correct Way To Protect CUI?

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Which of the following is NOT a correct way to protect CUI?


CUI may be stored on any password-protected system.

CUI may be stored on any password-protected system. The system must limit access to only those individuals who have a need to know and are authorized to access the information.

Access to CUI-designated systems and files must be individually granted by an Authorizing Official (AO), who is responsible for approving access based on the user’s established clearance or authorization level and “need-to-know” determination. Users must log in with a unique user ID that is not shared with other users.

The Contractor shall develop, document, and implement procedures to prevent unauthorized physical access, damage, or loss of CUI.

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