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    Cost-effective controls to provide confidentiality require valuing the information that is to be protected. This involves classifying the information into discrete categories. Propose a minimal classification scheme that can be used to protect any business and provide examples of the type of information that would fall into each category.

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    For this question, I would design the scheme based on the level of data to be protected. A sample classification would be:

    High security
    Medium security - internal use only
    Low security - internal and external use

    The high security classification would include information that only certain users would be privy to, which would ...

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    This solution discusses a minimal classification scheme that could be used to protect any business, and provides examples of the type of information that would be categorized at each level of the scheme. Response includes 1 reference.

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