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Information Security Classification

Curtin Information Management and Archives are pleased to provide this brief overview of Information Security Classification. Music: http://www.bensound.com
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Transcript of Information Security Classification

CATEGORIES
Curtin Information Management and Archives
SO WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU?
From now on any new or active folders that
contain
hard copy information
should
be labelled with the new categories.
If your area uses Curtin Branded File Covers,
contact us for advice on how to
update previously purchased file stocks!
Information Security Classification applies to all University information regardless of format.
For more information on assigning categories, please refer to our handy resources...
At Curtin we now have six (6) Classification Categories...
Assessing and labelling our information helps anyone handling it to understand the risks of sharing it inappropriately.
PUBLIC
FOR OFFICIAL
USE ONLY
CONFIDENTIAL:
PERSONAL
CONFIDENTIAL:
LEGAL
CONFIDENTIAL
PROTECTED
There are many things that we can do to
protect our information.

One of the simplest things is to determine the
sensitivity
and
importance
of the information we create and label it accordingly.
The process of assessing and labelling our information is what we call
Information Security Classification
.
Let's have a look at each of the categories in more detail...
CONFIDENTIAL
This Category should only be used for
confidential information
that
does not
meet the usage requirements for the other 'Confidential' categories.
This may include information relating to research, commercial activities, University committees and other matters.
This Category should be used for information that has been authorised

for
public access
and

circulation.
PUBLIC
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
This Category should only be used for information intended for
internal Curtin use only
.
CONFIDENTIAL: PERSONAL
Only Legal Services staff can use this Category.
CONFIDENTIAL: LEGAL
This Category may only be used for information relating to
legal advice

provided between

Legal Counsel and their client.
PROTECTED
This Category should only be used for
highly sensitive

information
where
serious harm
or
damage
would result from its inappropriate release.
Protected information
may relate to personal, legal, research,
commercial, University committees, cabinet
and other types of information.
This Category should be only be used for information that is deemed
sensitive personal information
.
This may include information relating to staff or student discipline or other confidential human resource matters.
What you need to know about
Information Security Classification.

Information Security Classification
contact curtin information management and archives for advice on how to label
digital information.
Information Security Classification Matrix

LEARN MORE BY VISITING
informationmanagement.curtin.edu.au

InformationManagementandArchives@curtin.edu.au
Information Management and Archives
9266 7050
click the arrows below to navigate through this presentation
Information Security Classification Decision Flowchart

https://informationmanagement.curtin.edu.au/local/docs/secure/InformationSecurityClassificationMatrix.pdf
https://informationmanagement.curtin.edu.au/local/docs/secure/InformationSecurityClassificationFlowChart.pdf
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Information Management: enabling our future, preserving our past.
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