<1> Is Primary Asset Sensitive or Classified Information? here sensitive or
classified information is the asset, proceed to <2>. For assets other than
information, proceed to <3>.
<2> Determine Primary Information Asset Value Rating.Determine the asset value
rating for sensitive information using able D-2
. Enter the rating fromTable
D-2 directly into the value rating column of the AVAL worksheet (see Appendix
B for all worksheets). Also enter the value rating in the column labeled
"Value" on the DCS worksheet. Proceed to <8>.
<3> Determine Primary Asset Criticality to the Military's Mission. valuate this
factor using Table D-3
. Enter the appropriate numerical value in the space
provided on the AVAL worksheet. Proceed to <4>.
<4> Determine Primary Asset Criticality to the User's Mission. valuate this factor
using Table D-4
. Enter the appropriate numerical value in the space provided
on the AVAL worksheet. Proceed to <5>.
<5> Determine Primary Asset Replaceability. Evaluate this factor usingTable D-5
Enter the appropriate numerical value in the space provided on the AVAL
worksheet. Proceed to <6>.
<6> Determine Relative Value of Primary Asset.Determine which table to use in
evaluating this factor usingTable D-6
. Go to the designated table and
evaluate this factor. Enter the appropriate numerical value in the space
provided on the AVAL worksheet. Also enter the table number of the value
rating factor table used for the factor in the space provided. Proceed to
<7> Compute Primary Asset Value Rating. Sum the numerical values associated with
the four applicable value rating factors (military mission criticality, user
criticality, replaceability, and relative value) and compare them to the
ranges of sums in Table D-11 to select an asset value rating. Select an asset
value rating of very low, low, medium, high, or very high. Enter the sum of
the value rating factors and the applicable resultant value rating in the
space provided on the AVAL worksheet. Also enter the value rating in the
column labeled "Asset Value Rating" on the DCS worksheet.
<8> Is Asset Value Rating Very Low? For an asset with an asset value rating of very
low, proceed to <9>. Otherwise, return to igure D-3
<9> Stop Further Evaluation of Asset. Provide asset with measures required by
regulations and do not evaluate further. Return tFigure D-3
Primary Asset Value Assessment Procedure
Relative Value for Sensitive Information and Controlled
Cryptographic Items. The relative value of sensitive information
and controlled cryptographic items is determined based on the
degree of sensitivity of the information or the information
processed by the equipment. Evaluate this factor using Table D-