patient identifiable data

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patient identifiable data

A generic term for personal or location data (e.g., name, address and postcode) that allow a patient to be identified, but also various combination of data, even where the name and address are not included.
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Together this partnership forms the basis to support the DACH market focused on VFP migrations and GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) preparation impacting all companies with European personally identifiable data.
Reduce the risk of unauthorised access to identifiable data,
Selling/buying personally identifiable data via the internet
It's going to be a standard privacy policy around personal, identifiable data.
Hopefully it will act as a warning for other companies who get extortion demands from hackers not to pay the ransom, and not cover up the breach of personally identifiable data on customers and employees," Norton advised.
If you collect or retain personally identifiable data from any individual in Europe, if could affect your organisation.
The preamble underscores that the Declaration is intended to cover the collection, storage and use of identifiable data and biological material beyond the individual care of patients.
In the same way that national security issues prevent the MoD from storing its data outside the UK, NHS policy makes it clear that Patient Identifiable Data (PID) should not be stored or viewed outside of England.
Like the iris pilot, the result was a nominally experimental program that nonetheless ingested vast quantities of personally identifiable data from US citizens.
Tokenization can be viewed as a solution for any organization handling any sensitive data set from personally identifiable data like account numbers or data around a client's financial accounts, tax information or other similar sensitive data.
Tony Alpert, executive director of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium, says the organization does not collect any personally identifiable data.
Among the key points of the draft framework is that privacy policies must be readily available for review prior to product purchase, download or activation; personally identifiable data, both at rest and in motion, must be encrypted; data collection policies of a device should be disclosed prior to purchase, and it should be clear to consumers how the device's key features will work if they choose not to share data; and users should be told if they can remove or make anonymous their data if they stop using the device or it reaches end-of-life.