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What Is Data Classification And What Can It Do For My Business?

Every day your business creates more and more data. Data gets saved, employees move on, data is forgotten and lost. Valuable information sits on your file servers and document stores, not protected and unrecoverable because no one knows where to find it.

Data classification will help you regain control over your unstructured data. With Boldon James Classifier and Classifier360, you can select the right data classification approach for your business, whether it be automatic classification, user-driven classification or a blend of classification techniques so that users are supported by the software with their classification decisions.

By involving your users in data classification they will automatically become more data-aware, with a greater understanding of your policies and the value of your organisation’s data.

By classifying your data you can retrieve it more easily and identify more accurately the data you need to protect. Data classification can reduce the risk of costly data leakage and increase the efficiency of your business. Using classification to automatically apply data protection measures, your data security doesn’t have to be left to chance.

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Classifying Your Data

The Benefits of Data Classification

  • Reduce the risk of expensive data breaches
  • Enhance employee involvement in protecting your data
  • Increase user awareness of your organisation’s data policy
  • Have confidence that you comply with industry regulations and standards
  • Reduce data management and storage costs by keeping your data under control

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What People Say

“In today’s markets of disappearing perimeters between an organisation and its partners, the need to better manage data and information is becoming critically important. The basic platform for this has to start with data classification – only through effective classification at the point of creation can the rest of a GRC or information management strategy be put in place. Classification allows for better DLP, internal and external document routing, reporting against risk and governance needs and for happier end users”

Clive Longbottom, analyst and co-founder of Quocirca

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