Security Rework

Overview

Authority security clearances granted to personnel represent the highest level or type of information to which they can be granted access. However, having any given clearance level does not automatically grant access to all information at that level: personnel are only granted access to information on a "need-to-know" basis and at the discretion of the designated disclosure officer overseeing their respective departments.

Level-0 (Test-Subjects)

Level-1 (Informal)

Level-0 security clearance is an informal designation given to D-class personnel and contractors who have no knowledge of the Authority. At level-0, all access to Authority knowledge is restricted and only the bare minimum of information should be divulged in order to ensure these personnel perform their duties.

Level-2 (Confidential)

Level 1 security clearances designate a staff member who is a formal employee of The Authority but does not interact with or require access to RPCs. Level 1 security clearances are typically granted to personnel working in clerical, logistics, or janitorial positions at facilities with containment capability or otherwise must handle sensitive information.

Level-3 (Restricted)

Level-2 security clearances are given to security and research personnel that require direct access to information regarding anomalous objects and entities in containment. Most research staff, field agents, and containment specialists hold a Level 2 security clearance.

Level-4 (Secret)

Level-3 security clearances are given to senior security and research personnel that require in-depth data regarding the source, recovery circumstances, and long-term planning for anomalous objects and entities in containment. Most senior research staff, project managers, security officers, response team members, and Mobile Strike Team operatives hold a Level-3 security clearance.

Level-5 (Top Secret)

Level-4 security clearances are given to senior administration that require access to site-wide and/or regional intelligence as well as long-term strategic data regarding Authority operations and research projects. Level-4 security clearances are typically only held by Site Directors, Security Directors, or Mobile Strike Team Commanders.

Level-6 (Overlord)

Level-5 security clearances are given to the highest-ranking administrative personnel within the Authority and grant effectively unlimited access to all strategic and otherwise sensitive data. Level-5 security clearances are typically only granted to Global Directors and selected staff.

Staff Hierarchy

The Authority maintains a strict hierarchy to in order to facilitate organization and efficiency across all Authority operations. Below is a list of senior management titles, ranked in ascending levels of power, describing the personnel who ensure The Authority operates safely and effectively.

Head Researcher/Department Head

The Head Researcher/Department Heads are placed in charge of their local divisions. There are multiple Heads of Research as well as Department Heads for each sub-branch

Site Director

The Site Directors assume command of individual Sites. They are aware of all the classified information surrounding their respective site as well as having intimate knowledge of the site's layouts and the RPCs within their sites.

Major Site Director

The Major Site Directors assume command of several Sites. They are aware of all the classified information surrounding their respective site as well as having intimate knowledge of the site's layouts and the RPCs within their sites. These personnel report directly to the Global Directors.

Global Directors

The Global Director is in charge of an entire Authority on a regional basis, they report directly to The Board and serves as The Authorities Ethics Committee. Global Directors coordinate large-scale operations, approve site creations, select Area/Site directors. As a result. Global Directors have their own opinion

The Board

The Board is the Top of the Authorities personnel. Little is known about The Board from the bottom up,

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