- Secret: Information where unauthorized disclosure may cause MegChem severe financial loss, loss of trade secrets, exposure to legal risks or damage to MegChem's reputation. Examples of Information classified as Secret include, but not limited to negotiation strategies, and technical intellectual property.
- Confidential: Information which is critical to MegChem's ongoing operation. Examples of information classified as Confidential include, but is not limited to personnel & renumeration information and technical data of sensitive nature as specified by clients.
- Internal: Information where loss, corruption or unauthorised disclosure would result in minimal business, financial or other loss. This level of information is of importance within the company. Internal information requires approval from the information owner before being distributed to external parties. Internal information includes information that is of personal-, technical-, or business related, and is restricted for sole use within the company.
- Public: Information that poses no risk to the company, it's clients or suppliers if made generally available. This includes information in the public domain. Examples of information classified as Public include, but not limited to corporate- and public relations and marketing materials. Even with the minimal risk, only authorised individuals appointed by company management should disclose such public information.