What is IAT II certification?
IAT stands for Information Assurance Technical. The IAT certification levels are achieved by passing specific exams and having certain work experiences that meet particular requirements. These requirements are focused on technical knowledge and are geared toward technical staff.
Does DoD require Security+?
It is required for all government employees, military service members, contractors, or others who have approved clearances to DoD networks to perform information security roles. This article will address the benefits and outline preparation tips to achieving Security+ accreditation.
What happens if you fail a security clearance?
The most common documents you will be asked for include documents with evidence of identification (passport, identity card, or birth certificate), utility bills, curriculum vitae, or a deed poll. If you fail to produce any of these, the vetting officers may call off your application for security approval.
How do I get a copy of my security clearance?
If the DoD processed your investigation, you’ll need to submit a privacy act request to the DCSA Freedom of Information and Privacy Act office. You can find the form and contact information for submitting your request at the DCSA.mil website, or at ClearanceJobs.com. Your request can be emailed, faxed or mailed.
What form is used to request a background investigation?
1.1 What is the SF 86? The Standard Form 86, “Questionnaire for National Security Positions” is intended specifically for use in requesting investigations for persons seeking to occupy positions designated as National Security “Sensitive.”
How far does a secret clearance go back?
Security Clearance Adjudicative Process The clearance process for Secret level access uses an investigation called the National Agency Check with Law and Credit that goes back five years, while the clearance process for Top Secret uses a Single Scope Background Investigation that goes back ten years.