Subject Security Level
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Subject Security Level

A subject's security level is equal to the security level of the objects to which it has
both read and write access. A subject's security level must always be dominated by the clearance of the user and with the associated subject.

Subject Security Level

Sensitivity label(s) of the objects to which the subject has both read and write access. Security level of a subject must always be dominated by the clearance level of the user associated with the subject.

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Subject Security Level has been defined 2 different ways in documents like Ballistic Missile Defense, Glossary of Key Information Security Terms.

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