BRACKETOLOGY | FEDRAMP
MP-2: MEDIA ACCESS
FedRAMP Baseline Membership MP-2:
Use the FedRAMP Control Membership information above to determine if a control or control enhancement is required for each Impact Baseline — LOW, MODERATE, or HIGH
Click on the panel below each control or control enhancement to review the FedRAMP Impact Baseline-specific control configuration requirements for each of the [BRACKETS] in each control and/or control enhancement.
Review and use Additional Requirements and Guidance to build FedRAMP-compliant controls for your risk-based cybersecurity program.
To change the baseline view in the panel, click on LOW, MODERATE, or HIGH when the panel is open
Panels only appear where there are [BRACKETS] in the control or enhancement or where there is FedRAMP-specific requirements or guidance available.
The organization restricts access to [Assignment: organization-defined types of digital and/or non-digital media] to [Assignment: organization-defined personnel or roles].
Click Low | Moderate | High below to see FedRAMP control configuration information. It's in BOLD.
There are no FedRAMP-specific requirements if this control is used for a LOW Impact system.
There are no FedRAMP-specific requirements if this control is used for a MODERATE Impact system.
There are no FedRAMP- The organization restricts access to any digital and non-digital media deemed sensitive to organization-defined personnel or roles.
The organization restricts access to any digital and non-digital media deemed sensitive to organization-defined personnel or roles.specific requirements if this control is used for a HIGH Impact system.
Information system media includes both digital and non-digital media. Digital media includes, for example, diskettes, magnetic tapes, external/removable hard disk drives, flash drives, compact disks, and digital video disks. Non-digital media includes, for example, paper and microfilm. Restricting non-digital media access includes, for example, denying access to patient medical records in a community hospital unless the individuals seeking access to such records are authorized healthcare providers. Restricting access to digital media includes, for example, limiting access to design specifications stored on compact disks in the media library to the project leader and the individuals on the development team.
RELATED CONTROLS: MP-2
MP-2 (1) MEDIA ACCESS | AUTOMATED RESTRICTED ACCESS
[Withdrawn: Incorporated into MP-4 (2)].
MP-2 (2) MEDIA ACCESS | CRYPTOGRAPHIC PROTECTION
[Withdrawn: Incorporated into SC-28 (1)].
- FIPS Publication 199
- NIST Special Publication 800-111