Visual Security Classification

The security classification of a call is determined by the lowest security classification among all participants connected to a call.

For example, a Top Secret classification displays when all participants in a call have a Top Secret classification level.

Note: Call classification is determined by the lowest classification among all participants in the call. You can safely exchange information classified no higher than the call's security classification. For example, if User A is classified as Top Secret and User B has a lower classification level of Restricted, both User A and B are connected to the call as Restricted.

Phone users can modify their assigned security classification level to a value lower than their assigned level during a call. When the call is over, the server resets the user's classification level to its original state.