Conclusion:

Information asset categorisation (IAC) builds the capabilities of an organisation to establish guardrails for more efficient data governance practice. It is at the heart of addressing the changing risks of information management due to the rapid update of collaboration tools and hybrid working.

However, poor acceptance by stakeholders can be an issue, eventually putting information trustworthiness and security at risk. It takes more than just a change of organisational culture or management practises to entrench IAC. Clearly defined roles among the ICT groups and other members of the organisation are needed to achieve the security, privacy, and information governance benefits that IAC can deliver.

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