Privileged Access Agreement Navy
Description: This course has been designed to be used as part of an annual DoD cybersecurity training and outlines additional cybersecurity responsibilities for users of DoD information systems with higher access rights than an authorized user. The course identifies key terminology that describes increasing user rights, a privileged user`s specific ethical and legal responsibility, and a privileged user`s doD public key infrastructure (PKI) responsibilities. Among the general cybersecurity responsibilities and restrictions of privileged users are: reporting obligations, limited and prohibited acts, protection of sensitive information, and the consequences of non-compliance. The “Privileged User PKI Liability” section of the course contains general rules regarding the use of PKI registration information by privileged users, as well as general configuration policies for enabling public keys of DoD information systems. The course focuses on the use of appropriate PKI tokens by privileged users for PKI identification and authentication, as well as ensuring that the PKI certificate system correctly addresses an account with a number of allocated quotas. The training describes the seven sensitivity levels defined by the DoD for unclassified and secret sensitive information. These sensitivity levels are used in combination with environments from which users can access information to determine acceptable types of authentication notification information based on the strengths of the login information. This is a military form published on March 1, 2020 by the U.S. Department of the Army (DA). The form, often mistakenly referred to as Form DD 7789, is a military form used by and within the U.S. military. To date, the AD has not provided separate instructions for the form. System Requirements: Verify that your system is configured accordingly to use STEPP.
Download a fillable FORM DA 7789 in PDF format below or search for hundreds of other DA forms stored in our online database. Learning Objectives: This course is intended to enable students:. . .