Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
What exactly is a SCIF? (pronounced “skiff”)
About SCIF Units
Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (pronounced “skiff”), a U.S. Department of Defense term for a secure room. It can be a data center or secure room that guards against electronic surveillance and suppresses data leakage of sensitive security and military information. SCIFs are used to deny unauthorized personnel, such as foreign intelligence services or corporate spies, the chance for undetected entry into facilities for the exploitation of sensitive activities.
SCIF Container Units and containerized SCIFs are cost-effective and portable methods of providing secure facilities to protect and process your Top Secret classified information. These ISO SCIF containers are available in 10’, 20’, and 40’ lengths or customized sizes to fit your mission requirements. We ship these SCIFs via truck, air in a C-130 Hercules, C-17 Globemaster or C-5 Galaxy, or overseas via commercial container vessel. All SCIF door locking devices are compatible with any high security combination lock meeting FF-L-2740B, as well as a variety of access control devices. All LKM10K Models life safety and security features meet FF-L-2890C. SCIF Door installation is by a certified Commercial Locksmith/Certified GSA Inspector & Certified GSA Safe & Vault installer.