KoolSpan U: Weekly Word Wednesday – CUI
Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) levels
CUI or Controlled Unclassified Information levels are an organically evolved collection of special categories of unclassified information that is considered too sensitive for open distribution by U.S. federal agencies. Information can range from trade secrets and marketing data of prospective acquisitions programs, to personal information of agency customers such as Social Security Numbers or health information, to information on critical U.S. infrastructure that is not military in purpose and therefore does not fall under traditional classified information schemes (i.e. Confidential, Secret, Top Secret, etc.).
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