Using Windows File Classification Infrastructure to Classify and Protect Documents
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Information classification is the critical first step in managing data based on its business value. When the information value is understood, organizations can apply security policies to reduce the risk of information leakage.

The new File Classification Infrastructure in Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 enables organizations to protect data by automatically classifying files and applying policy. When combined with partner solutions, the File Classification Infrastructure can:

  • Automatically classify files based on content and user role
  • Apply classification information to headers, footers, and watermarks
  • Prevent internal files from leaving the organization through email

Continue reading to learn more about File Classification Infrastructure with Microsoft Windows 2008 R2.

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