Unit 2 2.2 Information Classified (Confidential ( Confidential…
Unit 2 2.2 Information Classified
Non-sensitive information is available. It could help tell information of services.
An example of non-sensitive information would be the information shop. For example somebody wanted to know where the local supermarket was.
Sensitive information should not generally be available. It can cause harm if released.
An example of sensitive information would be medical records. For example if a patient has cancer they may not want anyone else to know.
Private information should always be hidden as it can be stolen. Can be used for applications such as work.
An example of private information would be someone’s personal details. For example their address, gender, etc.
Personal information is normally information kept to their self, friends and family.
An example for personal information would contact details. For example phone number, social network profile, etc.
Public information is open to anyone. It could be the latest news.
An example of public information is information from the government. For example elections, financial changes, etc.
Confidential information is only shown to certain people. This is normally because it’s more sensitive.
An example for confidential information would be MI5 documents as they contain graphic images and information that some users might find disturbing.
Information about the public/ in the public that is kept private.
An example would if a crime was committed information about the case is kept secret and released if the information is leaked or the results satisfactory.
Information that is true but with fake names.
An example would be witnesses to crimes will be kept hidden and be given an alias.
Business information is displayed online to users applying who are looking at jobs
An example would when applying for a job the user can see information such as there their billing information and overall income.
Impacts on different stakeholders
Deciding on what’s classified, public, personal, etc.
Information that has been given with knowing who wrote it.
An example would be when doing a survey no names are taken so people's opinions are hidden.