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

fas.org/sgp/library/quist2/chap_7.html

A classification level indicates the relative importance of classified information to national security and thereby determines the specific security requirements ...

www.varonis.com/blog/data-classification

Mar 25, 2021 ... Center for Internet Security (CIS) uses the terms “sensitive,” “business confidential,” and “public” for high, medium, and low classification ...

its.uchicago.edu/data-classification-guideline

Impact Levels. The following standard, drawn from FIPS Publication 199, forms the basis for assigning an Impact Level of a data breach. Security safeguards for  ...

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

Cardholder data elements should be classified according to their type, storage permissions, and required levels of protection to ensure that security controls apply ...

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 ...

www.datagovernance.unsw.edu.au/data-classification-standard

The UNSW Data Classification Standard is a framework for assessing data sensitivity, ... The standards outline the minimum level of protection necessary when ...

www.oas.org/DataClassification

A Data Classification policy provides guidelines to organizations about the level of security and processes associated to store and manage different type of data.

www.packetlabs.net/data-classification

Oct 3, 2019 ... These can be adopted by commercial organizations, but, most often, we find four levels, Restricted, Confidential, Internal, Public. These four are ...