Government or federal organisations, including both central and state departments or local councils, constantly deal with sensitive data and recognise the need to protect it from the point of creation through to distribution, storage and destruction. A data breach can not only be extremely costly but can also impact the political and economic environment.
Data Classification can bring huge benefits; it can make users more aware of the sensitivity of the data they are using, drive data protection software and prevent individuals from accessing or mistreating sensitive data. Data Classification takes the risk out of sensitive data sharing.
We have been protecting sensitive central and local government communications against data leakage for over 30 years. Our unique Classifier360 approach to classification enables users to benefit from the structure and consistency of automated classification techniques, blended with the right amount of user input for your organisation, to produce valuable and useful classification for your data.
Reliable classification enables the consistent implementation of data policies, data protection measures and security tools, enhancing the effectiveness of existing third-party solutions such as enhanced encryption, archiving & storage, e-discovery, Data Loss Prevention, digital rights management and document management.
To learn more about how Classifier can help protect government data click on the links below.
Supports compliance with GSC, ISO 27001, Government Public Services Network (PSN) Code of Connection (CoCo), GPMS, Data Protection Act 1998, CUI, and AGIMO.
“We were looking for a simple, reliable and customisable protective marking product, from a vendor who had the development prowess to customise the product for us, as well as keeping it up-to-date with our technology base. We found both in Boldon James”
Steve Wragge-Morley, Head of Business Systems, Guildford Borough Council
“Boldon James Classifier Products, v2.2 SAFEmail ICS and SAFEoffice ICS, were selected to provide e-mail and document labelling due to their capability to fulfil the requirements of not only the Government Connect Code of Connection, but also because of their capacity to further improve our approach to data leakage prevention.”
Richard Taylor, Governance Manager at Warrington Borough Council
Customers include Australian Customs Service, Australian Government of Queensland, Guildford Borough Council, UK Cabinet Office, UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), UK Department of Work and Pensions, UK Department of Trade and Industry, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK HM Revenue and Customs, UK HM Treasury, UK Home Office, Western Australia Department of Education, Warrington Borough Council, and US DoD.