does anyone maintain a classification guide for their applications/databases? I have been looking into some best practice for security management/compliance, and it states for all apps/databases which store sensitive data you should have a "classification guide" which should
define the need to know rules and the classification level for the data with the application/database, and the relationship between those rules and the apps role definitions.
I cant find anyone who actually has a classification guide for their databases - or what one actually looks like for some guidance on how and what they actually look like.
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