File Security Classification, non-compliance label
When viewing a folder, it is currently not possible to know if there are files within the folder structure that have a differing classification label from the one at the root level. This "non-compliance" could potentially be problematic, or even a signal that someone has inadvertently changed a classification. It would be nice to have some kind of visual indicator that the top-level classification label is not 100% cascaded throughout the folder/file structure below it in the waterfall.
AdminAnonymous (Admin, Box) commented
It is expected to have different classification labels for different files within the folder structure, esp. with content driven auto-classification.
To help make it easier to spot files with different classification labels in a folder, we plan to add classification indicators for each file in the files list view - see https://pulse.box.com/forums/909778-help-shape-the-future-of-box/suggestions/39483595-display-shield-classification-labels-by-default-be.
Besides, if a user changes the original classification of a file, Details > Classification > Classification Updated By will show this user updated classification and when.