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security.harvard.edu/data-classification-table

Classification Levels · L1 - Information intended and released for public use. · L1 Examples · L2 - Low Risk Confidential Information that may be shared only ...

policy.security.harvard.edu/view-data-security-level

Confidential Information” refers to all types of data Levels 2-5. The higher the data level, the greater the required protection.

www.ct.gov/opm/lib/opm/policies/data_classification_methodology_2_8_10.pdf

FIPS 199 defines three levels of potential impact on organizations or individuals in the event of a breach of security (i.e., a loss of confidentiality, integrity, or ...

www.pearsonitcertification.com/articles/article.aspx?p=30287&seqNum=9

Dec 20, 2002 ... The classifications for the sensitivity of data used in government and military applications are top secret, secret, confidential, sensitive but ...

d1.awsstatic.com/whitepapers/compliance/AWS_Data_Classification.pdf

Each data classification level should be associated with a recommended baseline set of security controls that provide protection against vulnerabilities, threats,.

www.spirion.com/data-classification

To protect sensitive data, it must be located, then classified according to its level of sensitivity and tagged. Then enterprises must handle each group of data in ...

www.umsystem.edu/ums/is/infosec/classification-definitions

The data classification levels (DCL) and associated requirements are key to the entire data classification system (DCS). All data (regardless of format) must be ...

satoricyber.com/data-protect-guide/chapter-5-data-classification-and-cataloging

In the context of information security, data is often classified by its sensitivity level and relevance to different information security and data protection frameworks.

www.getapp.com/resources/data-classification-levels

Jul 9, 2019 ... Which data classification levels should you use? There are endless ways to classify your data, but most organizations categorize or bucket data ...

kirkpatrickprice.com/blog/classifying-data

Mar 18, 2020 ... Typically, there are four classifications for data: public, internal-only, confidential, and restricted. Let's look at examples for each of those. Public ...