Information Security Classifications in Box File Transfer Service
The information security classifications and how they relate to Box File Transfer Service.
Information security classifications for Box File Transfer Service
RBNZ classifies our information in line with the New Zealand Government Protective Security Requirements. These security classifications may be different from the ones used by your organisation.
So that we can apply the correct handling controls, please ensure you use the correct folder for sharing information or data. Please ask your BAU RBNZ contact if you are unsure which folder to use.
The security classifications relevant to Box File Transfer Service
Box File Transfer Service has controls appropriate for information up to RESTRICTED and should not be used for exchanging information above that classification.
Unclassified isn’t a security classification, but it is used as a protective marking because it shows that the impact from unauthorised disclosure or misuse has been assessed.
The In-Confidence classification should be used when the compromise of information is likely to, prejudice the maintenance of law and order, impede the effective conduct of government or adversely affect the privacy of New Zealand citizens.
The Sensitive classification should be used when the compromise of information is likely to damage New Zealand’s interests or endanger the safety of its citizens.
The Restricted security classification should be used when the compromise of information would be likely to adversely affect the national interest.
These user guides contain instructions and more information about Box File Transfer Service.