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SCIFs are used as a site for sensitive and confidential
information to be discussed or shared. They are utilized by government and
private entities to protect information. A SCIF could be a secure room or data
center that shields against electronic surveillance and prevents data leakage
of sensitive information.
There are several security concerns to be addressed when building a SCIF:
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This line of predesigned ISO shipping containers are ready
to be built to the ICD 705 standards. These Rapid SCIFs allow the customer to skip
over the lengthy design process and go straight to the design approval. Rapid
SCIFs are the fastest and most cost-efficient option to build a secure space
ensured to meet security requirements.
has to be built to very specific standards. These standards are all laid out in
the ICD (Intelligence Community Directive) 705 Tech Spec manual. This manual is
managed and maintained by ODNI (Office of the Director of National
Intelligence). ODNI is in charge of managing, processing, and safeguarding
information for the entire country. The purpose of the 705 policy is to create
a set of mutually accepted standards that will safeguard national security
When constructing a SCIF, you will be working closely with an Accrediting Official (AO). The AO is the person who decides whether or not your facility receives accreditation and is able to house classified information or programs. Each of our SCIF containers includes unlimited accreditation consulting support.
Things covered in the ICD/ICS 705 that your AO will be looking for include:
– Certified TEMPEST Technical Authority (CTTA)
and physical protection from outside security threats
Control Systems (ACS)
Detection Systems (IDS)
working areas (SWA)
secure working areas (TSWA)
vaults and security doors for access controls
exits and notification systems