CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION POLICY
Summary A business that employs staff may make use of a Confidential Information Policy.
Who should use a Confidential Information Policy? Businesses can suffer immense harm if their confidential information is disclosed or misused. A written policy reminds staff of the importance of protecting the Company’s information, refers to the requirement for staff to sign secrecy undertakings, and includes a classification table to assist staff in classifying company information.
What does the policy say? The template policy includes reference to: Introduction; Non-Disclosure Agreements; Categorisation; Confidentiality Classifications.
What does this document look like? The sample policy can be printed onto five pages.
What do you need to do to use the policy?
- Read the sample Confidential Information Policy and adapt it for your requirements, where applicable.
- Distribute the policy to staff, and ensure that the latest copy of it is available to employees at all times.
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