Lesson Learned Briefing


TitleOE-3: Electronic Devices Pose Security Risks

EventOther Facility Event

Event Date04/03/2019

CategoryOCA - Operating Experience Level 3

The attached Operating Experience Level 3 (OE-3) document provides information about some security risks posed by electronic devices that enter Department of Energy (DOE) facilities. These items have the potential to be used to record or transmit information without authorization. Some electronic devices have features that may be used to extract information with or without the user's knowledge. Examples include recording equipment (audio, video, optical, or data), electronic equipment with a data exchange port capable of being connected to automated information system equipment, cell phones, radio frequency transmitting equipment, and computers and associated media. This OE-3 focuses on the importance of understanding the capabilities of all items that are brought onto DOE property, the security risks posed by these devices, and the need to understand and adhere to applicable security plan requirements to mitigate those risks.

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