Cyber Intel Classification Banner

Cyber Intel Classification Banner - Tested with STIG and SCAP
Cyber Intel Classification Banner v2 Checked by DISA STIG Viewer and NIST SCAP for Compliance

The Cyber Intel Classification Banner (CICB) is also known as the “Classification Banner”, “The Computer Banner”, “Army Unclassified Banner”, “Banner Computer Program”, “Controlled Unclassified Information Banner”, “CUI Banner”, “Computer Information Banner”, “Information Banner”, “DoD Banner”, “Unclassified Green Banner”, “Unclassified Banner”, “USG Banner”, “CUI Banner”, etc. The Cyber Intel Classification Banner is software that will display and mark sensitive or classified output across computer screens when required. This is the perfect solution, similar to NetBanner but with many useful extended features for the Windows and Linux platforms.

The Cyber Intel Classification Banner is a visual representation of the level of security clearance required to access certain information within a cyber intelligence system. It is typically displayed at the top of a document or screen and consists of a color-coded banner that indicates the level of security clearance needed to access the information contained within. The banner may also include a brief description of the type of information that is classified, such as “top secret” or “confidential”. This system helps to ensure that sensitive information is only accessed by individuals who have the appropriate clearance level.

Notice: The small window is a server, and the bigger window is a client. (A single server computer/VM can serve up to 472,000 clients)

The Cyber Intel Classification Banner is a software tool that helps individuals, organizations, and governments label and display classified information in a graphical format on computer screens. It has been tested on a range of graphical platforms, including Windows 7+, Server 2016+, and Ubuntu LTS 18.04+. The software also allows users to customize the classification text, text color, and banner colors for each Windows environment. It can be installed on both physical computers and virtual machines.

The cyber intel classification banner satisfies Executive Order 13526, ODNI CG v2.1 ยง 2.3.1, 32 CFR Part 2001.23 / Part 2002.16.a.3, DoDI 5200.48, DoD Manual 5200.1R, ISOO Rev4, STIG V-6146, STIG V-222643, and ECML-1 for marking/labeling sensitive/classified information electronically.

All SCIF installations must consult your information security officer (ISO), cyber security officer (CSO), or facility security officer (FSO) before the installation.

Cyber Intel Classification Banner by CYBER INTEL SYSTEMS

Potential Customers:

  • A cloud that has many VMs running on it: Azure, AWS, GCP, etc.
  • A finical company that has a secure environment: Chase Bank, Bank of American, USBank, etc.
  • Government Agencies: Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), Department of Defense (DoD), Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Agency (NSA), National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), MI6, Mossad, CSIS, BND, DGSE, ASIS, etc.
  • Military Branches: Space Force, Army, Air Force, Marine, Navy, USMC, Coast Guard, etc.
  • Military Training Environment: Army ROTC, Air Force ROTC, USMC ROTC, Navy ROTC, etc.
  • Defense Contractors: Boeing, Science Applications International Corporation, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman Corporation, National Laboratories, L3 Harris, Lockheed Martin, etc.
  • Educational Institutions: University of Washington, Washington State University, etc.
  • National Research Facilities: Argonne National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, etc.
  • Non-Profit Organizations (501. c): Goodwill, National Science Foundation, etc.
  • Law Enforcement: King County Sheriff Offices, LAPD, etc.
  • International Organizations: UN, NATO, WHO, etc.

You can customize the text color and banner colors to match U.S. government labels standard:

  1. SF706, SF707, SF708, SF709, SF710, SF-FMO, SF712, SF902, SF-CUI, SF-CUID, SF-SAR-P, AEC-RSS, SF-SAR-O
  3. AF-714, AF308, AF310, AF401, AF402, AF403, AF404, AF405, AF406, AF407, SF903, AF309, AF408, AF200
  4. NGP-001, NGP-002, NGP-003, NGP-004, NGP-005, NGP-006, NGP-007, NGP-008, NGP-009, NGP-010, NGP-012, NGP-014

This software uses color codes for the classification levels used by the government and the armed forces of the United States and Canada:

U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)

  2. TOP SECRET (TS, color code: #ff6600)
  3. SECRET (S, color code: #ff0000)
  4. CONTROLLED (CUI, color code: #502b85)
  5. CONFIDENTIAL (C, color code: #0000ff)
  6. UNCLASSIFIED (U, color code: #008000)

Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)

  1. PROTECTED C (P-C, color code: #460fb5)
  2. PROTECTED B (P-B, color code: #910fb5)
  3. PROTECTED A (P-A, color code: #2279bc)

Here are some examples:

Cyber Intel Classification Banner v1
Cyber Intel Classification Banner v1

These color codes mark the classification level of each digital or physical document and the communication devices used for its transmission.

Note: all security levels, conditions, foreground text color, and background color on Cyber Intel Classification Banner are customizable depending on your needs.

Here are Some of Highlighted Features

  1. Topmost / Docking Mode
    The Cyber Intel Classification Banner will be on top of most of the programs at all times (e.g., Windows Desktop, PPT, MS Team Meeting, Google Hangouts, ZOOM meeting, Slack Meeting, YouTube videos, etc.) However, the Cyber Intel Classification Banner will not be able to be on top of specific game engine programs. (Such as U.S. Navy Seal VR Simulation Software).
  2. Dynamic Sensitive Level via AD/DS with LDAP
    Our classification banner can sync with AD via LDAP to check on the currently signed-in user’s security group and adequately change the sensitive banner level.
  3. Alarm
    Our cyber intel classification banner can also be used as a warning broadcasting system like a siren but with computers. For instance, a school/base can push an active shooter warning message to every school/base-owned computer with a siren sound. This banner will display on top of every program with an alarm that the user cannot turn off or ignore to force the user to pay attention to the warning message.
  4. More Features
    Please see the feature table below.
Cyber Intel Classification Banner by CYBER INTEL SYSTEMS
Cyber Intel Classification Banner v2 – VM with Multi-Screens
Cyber Intel Classification Banner by CYBER INTEL SYSTEMS
Cyber Intel Classification Banner v2 – Multi-Screens
Cyber Intel Classification Banner by CYBER INTEL SYSTEMS
Cyber Intel Classification Banner v2 – Settings

It is important to obtain approval from the appropriate security team before proceeding with any action that could potentially compromise the security of a SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) or any other sensitive installation. This is because such installations often contain sensitive information and materials that must be protected from unauthorized access or disclosure. By obtaining approval from the ISO (Information Security Officer), CSO (Chief Security Officer), FSO (Facility Security Officer), or other cyber security teams, you can ensure that the proposed action is in line with established security protocols and will not put the installation at risk. It is always better to be cautious and consult with the relevant security team before proceeding, rather than risking a security breach or other negative consequences.
Due to US DOT Sanctions, we are unable to sell our software to individuals or business entities in certain regions.