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Security Label Information Needs To Be Obvious, And We Need A Safety Valve

AnnMcGrath
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Security Label Information Needs To Be Obvious, And We Need A Safety Valve

For a company like BAE data security is critical. Security Labels are a critical component to how BAE protects their data from access and mishandling.  In BAE’s line of business the personal and company repercussions of mislabeling or mishandling of data can be severe.  To help ensure users label and handle objects appropriately all security label and agreement information needs to be prominently displayed on the object’s “Details” tab.  Searching, switching tabs is not sufficient.  It needs to be obvious.  A Data Utility Class is perfect for this. By attending this presentation, learn how BAE have deployed additional safety measures to protect their data to include the use of a “no agreement” label as a default value and controlling label values programmatically via workflows. These measures help catch any mislabeling prior to release and the problem is corrected before it can cause harm.

Presented by: Craig Raymond, BAE Systems and Steve Shaw, PTC

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