patient identifiable data

(redirected from identifiable data)

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
NeuVector is planning to extend its deep packet inspection technology to offer data loss prevention capabilities and help the companies and organizations to mitigate the risks of the personally identifiable data loss.
On a monthly or annual subscription basis, RIWI offers its clients tracking surveys, continuous risk monitoring, predictive analytics and ad effectiveness tests in all countries - without collecting any personally identifiable data. https://riwi.com.
But the 1999 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act also allows banks to share personally identifiable data with companies.
The signs, which would look something like hazardous materials signs, would be used to convey to the public what sort of system was active, and whether or not it was recording identifiable data. The signage would also include the name of the company or entity responsible for the system, and a QR code containing more information and linking to a feedback mechanism.
He said that the 'Nigeria Data Protection Regulation' had various components that addressed personally identifiable data, that one's personally identifiable data should not be used by the data custodian.
These results are especially alarming because of the tide of regulations stipulating organizations are responsible for the practices of vendors processing their data, particularly as they relate to privacy and sensitive or personally identifiable data.
For International Insurers, the GDPR: The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) required international insurers to develop processes to map identifiable data collected about individuals, including innocuous information companies didn't think about before, and granted individuals new rights concerning their data.
Even relatively simple devices like smart lightbulbs and the apps that control them may collect personally identifiable data."
These measures would go beyond the standard systems administration safeguards to also include encryption of all personally identifiable data as it is stored within the system and when transmitted between systems.
The policy should adequately disclose how all personally identifiable data is being collected, handled and shared; this includes the information collected passively through tracking technologies and what is shared with your hosting provider.
The researchers have said that the apps they've identified amounts the impact of such tracking to "tens of millions of mobile devices." In many cases, the apps send precise locations and other sensitive, identifiable data "at all times, constantly," and often with "little to no mention" that location data will be shared with third-parties, say the security researchers.
Full browser ?