Transcript - Segment and separate information
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We use technology and networks to do Government of Canada business every day.
But if you’re not properly protecting your networks, they’re vulnerable.
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That’s where the Communications Security Establishment comes in. We’re here to give you the support and advice you need.
You store and protect your belongings based on their importance and value.
Why should this be any different at work?
Know the value of your files. They are not all created equal.
Know what information is sensitive. Where it’s located, and how to protect it.
Budgets, personnel files, and key operational information are all sensitive documents that need added security. How are you protecting them?
Put security first. Whether you’re working at the office or from home, avoid workarounds that can put Government of Canada information at risk.
If you properly classify your files and store them in the right places using a segregated network, you’ll be making it harder for a threat actor to find and access your department’s most sensitive information.
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Segmenting and separating information is just one of CSE’s Top Ten IT Security Actions. Protect your networks. Protect Canada’s
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Visit CSE online to learn more about the Top 10.