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Transporting Information Assets
The purpose of the statewide Transporting Information Assets policy 107-004-100 (revised 1/31/2008) is to ensure the security of state information assets when in transit. Information assets can be vulnerable to unathorized access, misuse or corruption during physical transport. Minimum safeguards must be implemented to protect sensitive information from accidental or intentional unauthorized access, modification, destruction, disclosure, misplacement or permanent loss throughout the delivery/transport cycle.
Each agency must use appropriate security controls for transporting sensitive information assets during transit and beyond the physical boundaries of a facility from loss, destruction or unauthorized access. Each agency that sends, receives or transports confidential or sensitive information to or from another facility or agency/entity is responsible to assure that the information is protected appropriately during transit. The determination of the sensitivity level of an asset is governed by statewide policy 107-004-050 Information Asset Classification in which it is the responsibility of the information owner to identify sensitive information and ensure appropriate protection.

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