Operations Security (OPSEC) Annual Refresher

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A process that is a systematic method used to identify, control, and protect critical information

OPSEC?s most important characteristic is that:

It is a process.

The purpose of OPSEC is to:

Reduce the vulnerability of US and multinational forces from successful adversary exploitation of critical information.

An OPSEC indicator is defined as:

Friendly detectable actions and open-source information that can be interpreted or pieced together by an adversary to derive critical information.

After initial OPSEC training upon arrival to the command all personnel are required to:

** NOT ** • Accomplish OPSEC annual refresher training and inform their OPSEC representative that training has been accomplish, therefore no further OPSEC training is required until the following year.

The Joint COMSEC Monitoring Activity provides OPSEC assistance by:

** NOT ** • Monitoring of COMMAND SECURITY (COMSEC) processes and procedures.

The identification of critical information is a key part of the OPSEC process because:

** NOT ** • It focuses the OPSEC process on protecting all unclassified information. • None of the answers are correct.

What is the CIL?

The Critical Information List.

Who has oversight of the OPSEC program?

** NOT ** • The EUCOM Directors and EUCOM Component Commanders. • All answers are correct

OPSEC countermeasures can be used to:

Prevent the adversary from detecting an indicator and from exploiting a vulnerability.

OPSEC is concerned with:

Identifying, controlling, and protecting unclassified information that is associated with specific military operations and activities.

Operations Security (OPSEC) defines Critical Information as:

** NOT ** • All answers are correct.

OPSEC as a capability of Information Operations

** NOT ** • All answers are correct.

A vulnerability exists when:

The adversary is capable of collecting critical information, correctly analyzing it, and then taking timely action.

Where is the CIL located?

** NOT ** • In the EUCOM J2/Intelligence Directorate.

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