Why do you think the U.S. government does not typically use the Sensitive category?
The U.S. government classifies sensitive information into four main categories based on the degree of damage that would occur to national security if the information were disclosed in an unauthorized manner: Unclassified, Confidential, Secret, and Top Secret.A typical classification scheme used by the private sector includes these categories: Public, Internal, Sensitive, and Highly Sensitive.Answer the following question(s):
- Why do you think the U.S. government does not typically use the Sensitive category?
- What classification levels would a private company that works on government contracts use? Why?
Fully address the questions in this discussion; provide valid rationale or a citation for your choices; and respond to at least two other students’ views.Initial post should be at least 350 words in length. Each reply post should be at least 150 words in length.