Management of classified data-risk management, Computer Network Security

Management of Classified Data

Management of classified data comprises of its storage, distribution, portability, and destruction of classified data. All information which is not unclassified or public should be clearly marked as such.

A Clean desk policy need all information be stored in the appropriate storage container daily; the copies of classified information which are not required must be destroyed after verification. Dumpster diving can retrieve the information and compromise the information security

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