Information classification is the cornerstone of any information security program. In order to appropriately protect information, we must know what data we have and understand its value.
The information classification training video introduces supervisors, administrators, directors, coordinators, managers, and other information owners to the concepts of information classification. This video outlines their roles and responsibilities in protecting organizational information assets. It also walks them through the tools developed by the EISO within the NYS Office of Information Technology Services (ITS) to identify, classify, and apply appropriate security controls to the information assets within their organizations. This video is based on the New York State Information Classification Standard and Information Security Controls Standard.
While this training was prepared for New York State agencies, in general, most organizations will find the material useful.
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this video by the instructor do not necessarily represent the opinions of ITS.
Information Classification Training
This video (Parts 1 through 5) was made for the express use of the New York State Office of Information Technology Services and is protected by copyright. This video may be reproduced and distributed only by or with the permission of the State of New York.
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Please note, materials described in the training video are available in an automated tool called the Information Asset Classification System (IACS). This application is available to all New York State governmental entities utilizing NY.gov ID services. For further information, contact the Chief Information Security Office at 518-242-5200 or [email protected].