MP-03 Media Marking
a. Mark system media indicating the distribution limitations, handling caveats, and applicable security markings (if any) of the information; and
b. Exempt mp-03_odp.01 from marking if the media remain within mp-03_odp.02.
|mp-03_odp.01||types of media exempted from marking|
Security marking refers to the application or use of human-readable security attributes. Digital media includes diskettes, magnetic tapes, external or removable hard disk drives (e.g., solid state, magnetic), flash drives, compact discs, and digital versatile discs. Non-digital media includes paper and microfilm. Controlled unclassified information is defined by the National Archives and Records Administration along with the appropriate safeguarding and dissemination requirements for such information and is codified in [32 CFR 2002](#91f992fb-f668-4c91-a50f-0f05b95ccee3) . Security markings are generally not required for media that contains information determined by organizations to be in the public domain or to be publicly releasable. Some organizations may require markings for public information indicating that the information is publicly releasable. System media marking reflects applicable laws, executive orders, directives, policies, regulations, standards, and guidelines.
- EO 13556 Executive Order 13556, *Controlled Unclassified Information* , November 2010.
- 32 CFR 2002 Code of Federal Regulations, Title 32, *Controlled Unclassified Information* (32 C.F.R. 2002).
- FIPS 199 National Institute of Standards and Technology (2004) Standards for Security Categorization of Federal Information and Information Systems. (U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.), Federal Information Processing Standards Publication (FIPS) 199.
Related controls 5
- AC-16 Security and Privacy Attributes L M H P
- CP-09 System Backup L M H P
- MP-05 Media Transport L M H P
- PE-22 Component Marking L M H P
- SI-12 Information Management and Retention L M H P