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== Definitions ==
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=== Critical infrastructure ===
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An '''authorized user''' is
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{{Quote|[a]n individual (i.e., a Federal, State, or local government [[employee]] or [[contractor]] who has been trained in the appropriate use and [[dissemination]] of [[PCII]] and has [[homeland security]] duties. In addition, all non-Federal government [[employee]]s must sign a [[Non-Disclosure Agreement]] ([[NDA]]) to [[access]] [[PCII]]. Before [[access]]ing [[PCII]], an Authorized User must have a [[need-to-know]] that [[PCII]].<ref>[[Protected Critical Infrastructure Information Program Procedures Manual]], at 2-1.</ref>}}
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=== General ===
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An '''authorized user''' is a person or entity to whom permission is granted to [[access]] or otherwise [[use]] [[digital resources]].
 
An '''authorized user''' is a person or entity to whom permission is granted to [[access]] or otherwise [[use]] [[digital resources]].
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== References ==
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Latest revision as of 01:32, 8 August 2012

Definitions[]

Critical infrastructure[]

An authorized user is

[a]n individual (i.e., a Federal, State, or local government employee or contractor who has been trained in the appropriate use and dissemination of PCII and has homeland security duties. In addition, all non-Federal government employees must sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) to access PCII. Before accessing PCII, an Authorized User must have a need-to-know that PCII.[1]

General[]

An authorized user is a person or entity to whom permission is granted to access or otherwise use digital resources.

References[]