Data Classification

Data Classification is about categorizing data into buckets to make it easier to retrieve, restrict access to, and protect. Data classification is important for businesses protect data according to its …

General (Public) Information

General Information, also known as Public information, is data that is commonly found in marketing campaigns, emails, and print media and generally requires less protection of its confidentiality and availability …

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property (IP) refers to the ownership of a specific idea, design, manuscript, etc. by the person or company who created it. Intellectual property may give the person or company …

Sensitive (Restricted) Information

Sensitive (or restricted) Information is data from a company or organization that is generally not regulated but that requires very important protections of its confidentiality, integrity and availability. Examples of sensitive …

Critical (Confidential) Information

Critical (or Confidential) Information at a Small to Medium-sized Business (SMB) is most easily understood to be regulated data  such PCI, HIPAA, NPPI, CCPA, GDPR.  Additionally, some unregulated data such …