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Boldon James | How to Classify Office Documents

Discover how Boldon James Office Classifier works within Microsoft Office supporting each user in correctly classifying documents as they are created or modified, applying visual markings to ensure awareness of data safeguarding responsibilities. Classifications can be set up to reflect your organisation’s data policy or industry regulations.
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    Martin Sugden
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    The latest data classification solutions can help protect data, reinforce good behaviour and transform security culture. It can even optimise and enhance existing technologies such as DLP. Using this best practice approach can help you protect your most sensitive data, ensure you stay compliant and help identify risky user behaviour.

    Register now and find out more in this live, interactive webinar.

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    Book your place now.
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    •Factors which impact on the data classification process
    •Selecting the right data classification tool
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    •Overcoming challenges
    •End results

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    • Classification Metadata can drive other security and data management tools— such as DLP, encryption, rights management and data governance
    • Involving users in security can improve security effectiveness
    • Security policies and tools need to be extended to all systems and devices, including mobile devices.
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