1. My Secret security clearance gives me access to all information at the Secret level.

TRUE or FALSE

 

2. Unauthorized entry into a classified, compartmented computer system may be grounds for revoking my security clearance.

TRUE or FALSE

 

3. Documents marked For Official Use Only have the lowest level of classification.

TRUE or FALSE

 

4. I may take classified material home overnight, and work on it at home, as long as I am certain to keep it under my personal control at all times.

TRUE or FALSE

 

5. A crytpo-ignition key (CIK) is used to switch a STU-III from a conventional telephone to a secure telephone for classified discussions. When the key is not in use, it must be kept in a safe approved for storage of at least Secret material.

TRUE or FALSE

 

6. Secret material may not be sent by mail under any circumstances.

TRUE or FALSE

 

7. Storing or processing classified information on any computer not explicitly approved for classified processing is prohibited.

TRUE or FALSE

 

8. An immigrant who is a permanent resident of the United States (has a green card) but is not yet an American citizen is still a foreign national and may not have access to information that is subject to ITAR export controls.

TRUE or FALSE

 

9. Classified waste must be burned in an incinerator or destroyed in a shredder or other equipment approved by the U.S. Government General Services Administration.  For sensitive unclassified waste, however, each organization determines its own regulations for disposal.

TRUE or FALSE

 

10. I may hand-carry classified information from one part of town to another, within the same city or metropolitan area, if I keep the classified information in a sealed envelope or a locked briefcase while in transit.

TRUE or FALSE