|PE-2 (2) Two Forms Of Identification || |
Acceptable forms of government photo identification include, for example, passports, Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards, and drivers� licenses. In the case of gaining access to facilities using automated mechanisms, organizations may use PIV cards, key cards, PINs, and biometrics.
The organization requires two forms of identification from Assignment: organization-defined list of acceptable forms of identification for visitor access to the facility where the information system resides.
|PE-2 (3) Restrict Unescorted Access || |
Due to the highly sensitive nature of classified information stored within certain facilities, it is important that individuals lacking sufficient security clearances, access approvals, or need to know, be escorted by individuals with appropriate credentials to ensure that such information is not exposed or otherwise compromised.
The organization restricts unescorted access to the facility where the information system resides to personnel with Selection (one or more): security clearances for all information contained within the system; formal access authorizations for all information contained within the system; need for access to all information contained within the system; Assignment: organization-defined credentials.