Classifying Data/Documents with AIP

Audience: Faculty, Guests, Postdocs, Researchers, Students and Teaching Assistants

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Last Updated: August 11, 2020
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It is important to reference the P302: SENSITIVE INFORMATION CLASSIFICATION POLICY prior to protecting/encrypting your documents.

The Low Risk classification prompts you to choose between 

  • Anyone 
  • All Employees

The Anyone classification will require anyone with a Microsoft License to access the file. 

The All Employees classification will require any employee or student (who is covered under West Campus' Microsoft License) to sign in to access the document.

Medium and High Risk classifications prompt you to enter who can access the document.

All classifications

  • encrypt documents
  • leave an audit trail
  • can revoke access to documents 

 

 

 

 

 

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