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In this cybernated age that we live in, all of our important files are stored digitally. Gone are the days of rifling through those old file cabinets stuffed with manila folders to find your information. Now, when you need to find a document, all you need to do is search through the files on your computer. No problem, right?

Not necessarily. Though it appears that storing documents digitally is more effective, simpler, and easier, it is actually quite complex. Because we have grown accustomed to storing every single piece of data in our computers, we save more documents than are necessary, costing lots of money in cloud storage. Not only that, but it is likely that documents could get lost, leaked, or hacked into and stolen due to the high volume of data continually being stored.

Along with this, each country is attempting to reinforce its own data regulation program due to the concern about its citizens personal data, and soon, everyone will need to comply to the data legislations.


There is a solution to simplifying the complexity of data storage with Kriptos' data classification tool. Data classification allows you to “[organize] data by relevant categories so that it may be used and protected more effectively,” according to Nate Lord for Data Insider. Kriptos uses sophistic-ted software with Artificial intelligence to classify your data. This means that your data will be tagged and ordered according to its content in the categories of “general use,” “restricted,” or “confidential,” making your data easier to access as well as adding an extra layer of vital security to it. Kriptos will also change the way your employees see and value the data they interact with through our training implementation and real-time indicators of data classification.

Bottom line: data classification has become an essential part of a company's toolbox. With Kriptos, your business can ensure its data is safe, accessible, and complies with the evolving data legislation. Kriptos will help you classify and order your data, as well as establish policies for the use of that data.

This post was thanks to Kriptos.

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