The DOD Wants "Clippy" Software to Help Classify Data | TWiT Bits

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The Department of Defense is looking into software that would be able to help make decisions about the classification level of information, similar to Microsoft's former "Clippy" assistant. Watch the full episode: Hosts: Brian McHenry and Curt Franklin Guest: Louis Maresca Bandwidth for TWiT Bits is provided by CacheFly.

All heard about lots of sensitive data leaking from the D. O. D. either through personal emails are just storing documents on their personal devices but we all know humans are fickle and sometimes they make mistakes and relying on them to keep your data safe and secret is not always the best policy or defense or the DOD is finally taking a step to make this better they have issued a request for information are aside from the industry for technology that will prevent the mis labeling an accidental or deliberate access and sharing of sense and sensitive documents and data now the DOD is part of the office of secretary defense and if there are basically saying investigating the use of commercial solutions for labeling in controlling access to sensitive information now defense I. T. officials are also seeking software that must be able to make real time decisions about the classification level of the information and the individual ability to access chain ...

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