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The concept of information worth protection is used frequently in the university guidelines on information security. The concept can encompass many types of information such as:
Please see InfoSäk A for more information.
One example where it is important to keep track of what is information worth protection or not, is electronic management and saving and storing of documents. Working drafts containing information worth protection, for example, may not be stored on any cloud service online because the information then ends up at a third party outside the university. This applies to all cloud services including Box, Office 365/OneDrive, Dropbox, and others. Documents containing such information may only be saved and stored on servers owned by the university, such as the university SharePoint or file servers at your office or your department.