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What is meant by personally identifiable information? - Answers.com

por Trevor Rigsby (2019-09-15)


Personally Identifiable information as used in information security, is information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact or locate a single person.

27-190525030511-thumbnail-3.jpgWhat did HIPPA broaden the definition of personally identifiable information PII to include?
HIPPA broadened the definition of personally identifiable information to include Health Information.

What does pii stand 온라인카지노 for?
Personally Identifiable Information

Are telephone numbers an example of personally identifiable information?
Yes, they are part of what is called "personally identifiable information" for the purposes of data security. Personally identifiable information is any data that could potentially identify a specific individual. Any information that can be used to distinguish one person from another or that can be used to pick specifics out of anonymous data can be considered personally identifiable. Especially in the cases of children, phone numbers are part of the personally identifiable information that...

What is Mark Zuckerberg's number?
Wikianswers does not supply personally identifiable information for individuals.

What is Shahid Afridi's email ID?
Wikianswers does not supply personally identifiable information for individuals.

Who is number is 17733446873?
Wikianswers doesn't provide personally identifiable information for private individuals.

What road does tom mcfly live in?
Wikianswers does not provide personally identifiable information about individuals.

Are social security numbers and home addresses and first and last names and birthdays examples of personally identifiable information?
Personally identifiable information is any information that helps to identify a particular individual. Social Security numbers, home addresses and first and last names can all do that. Birthdays do not.

What does data protection mean?
Data protection means that your files and folders will be protected against loss by using data protection software. Data protection also means that companies which gather personally identifiable information must protect that information and must let the person know how they will use that personally identifiable information.

1 Which of the following would unlikely be considered Personally Identifiable Information PII?
A relative's business address

What is true regarding the Common Access CAC card?
Your CAC contains Personally Identifiable Information (PII).

What are examples of personally identifiable information that should be protected?
Social security number,Credit card number,Fingerprint

Within how many days must an advanced public notice be published before an executive agency begins to collect personally identifiable information for a new sys?
Within how many days must an advanced public notice be published before an executive agency begins to collect personally identifiable information for a new sys

What is a best practice to ensure protection of personally identifiable information or protected health information?
collecting the maximum amount of PII/PHI needed to ensure the availability of information when requested

What is a best practice to ensure protection of personally identifiable information and protected health information?
Collecting the maximum amount of PII/PHI needed to ensure the availability of information when requested.

How many days must the system of records notice be published before an executive agency begins to collect personally identifiable information for a new system of records?
The system of records notice must be published 40 days before an executive agency may begin to collect personally identifiable information for a new records system.

What is Mikel Obi of Chelsea FC Private email address?
Wikianswers doesn't supply personally identifiable information for public individuals.

When are release background check forms necessary?
A release is required anytime personally identifiable information is used to gather information from a third party in regards to any private information that third party may have.

What is a best practice to ensure protection of personally identifiable information?
Collecting the max. amount of PII/PHI needed to ensure the availability of info. when requested

Which items are examples of personally identifiable information that should be protected?
biometric data credit card number social security number alien registration number

How old do you have to be to have a candystand account?
Part of the Privacy Policy. Except as set forth herein, we do not collect any personally identifiable information or contact information about our users. We do not knowingly permit users from outside of the US or Canada, or North American users under the age of 13 to register for this Site or participate in any contests nor do we knowingly collect any personally identifiable information or contact information about or communicate with any user we...

If a mobile computing device containing Personally Identifiable Information PII is lost or stolen you must notify?
US Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT). WLG

Best practice to ensure protection of personally identifiable information PII and or protected health information PHI?
One of the best practices to ensure protection of PII or PHI is by using a locked cabinet, desk or safe.

How many days must a system of records notice be published before an executive agency begins to collect personally identifiable information for a new system of records?
It must be published for 40 days before personal information can be collected for a new system of records.

What is meant by the term vibrato?
What is meant by vibrato is a tremor, usually in long notes, to make the note more identifiable and to make it sound better...

I am having nokia 3660 its imei no 351532003938591 i have forgot the licensse key for my handphone application please can you give me license key?
I don't think that is possible, but I recommend removing your IMEI number, as it can be used as personally identifiable information.

What are breach prevention best practices?
Access only the minimum amount of PHI/personally identifiable information (PII) necessary Logoff or lock your workstation when it is unattended Promptly retrieve documents containing PHI/PHI from the printer

How can you use identifiable in a sentence?
One identifiable clue to anyone's identity is the person's fingerprints. The hydrogen sulphide leak was identifiable by the smell of rotten eggs in the air. In response to a question posed about this answer: Note: A leak is an opening for solution or information to pass through when instead it is meant to be contained. Note: A leek is a vegetable tasting halfway between an onion and garlic, e.g. very mild. Note: Rotten is organic...

What is meant by neutral?
Not distinctly marked coloured or identifiable. In the case of people or countries, not favoring either side.

What is the Privacy Rule intended to Protect?
Individually identifiable health information

How do the evidence from the crime scene help find the suspect?
The more personally identifiable a piece of evidence is, the closer it can be linked to the perpetrator.

Identifiable information related to a patient's medical condition is referred to as?
Answer is B. protected health information PHI

What is Sharing employment application utilization examination or analysis of individually identifiable information?
"Use" of health information

Does answering a question on answers com have any consequences like someone finding out something personal about me?
A quick answer is that just answering a question here does not give away much information about you unless you put that information into your answer. The best answer to this is already contained in the WikiAnswers privacy policy. You can find the link to it at the bottom of the page under "Company". The information that is gathered when you answer a question is limited to: domain name you connected from IP address you...

Merged privacy act and HIPPA privacy test?
An advanced public notice known as the System of Records notice must be published how many days before an Executive Agency begins to collect Personally Identifiable Information for a new system of records?

What is meant by an 'organic' condition?
An organic condition is a condition or disease that has an identifiable organic cause, meaning that it is caused by a dysfunction of an organ or enzyme system. This is in contrast to a psychiatric or functional condition, in which there is no identifiable cause found for the condition.

What is individually identifiable health information?
all of the above: information pertaining to an individual's health information, soldiers social security number, soldiers name.

How does the hipaa privacy rule protect personal health information?
They protect a subset of individually identifiable health information, known as protected health information or PHI, that is held or maintained by covered entities or their business associates acting for the covered entity. It does not protect individually identifiable health information that is maintained by entities other than covered entities.

What is MC Policy on Psychological Operations in the US Military?
Its information must be clearly identifiable as NATO.

Are there dating sites for 12 year olds?
No. They are legally not adults, and it is against the law to have minors on dating services. (In accordance with the United States' Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, as amended, Wikianswers does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from anyone under the age of 13.)

What are benefits of HIPAA?
The benefits of HIPAA are generally to protect patient data and any personally identifiable information. By establishing and enforcing a law that protects health information, the government is attempting to keep individual privacy and protect them from medical identity theft and general identity theft. If you still have questions, our HIPAA FAQ can provide answers - see the below link:

Is your address considered personally identifiable information?
Yes. Personal data: data which relate to a living individual who can be identified - (a) from those data, or (b) from those data and other information which is in the possession of, or is likely to come into the possession of, the data controller, and includes any expression of opinion about the individual and any indication of the intentions of the data controller or any other person in respect of the individual.

What are the two requirements listed below that must be satisfied for information to be considered individually identifiable?
The information pertains to health information It contains something that can identify the individual such as a name, number, or address

How is the Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) is an analysis of how information is handled?
to determine the risk and effects of collecting,mainaining and disseminating information in identifiable form in an electronic information system

Is phone number an example of PHI?
Protected health information (PHI) is defined as information that is individually identifiable that is collected by health care provider. That includes your phone number.

What is considered personally identifiable information?
Public info -vs.- Private info - Drawing the line in the online world. Written by: Darity Wesley Darity Wesley has three definable types of data: Public Data [Compiled by the Government] Publicly Available Data [Compiled from membership directories, websites, newspaper articles, phone directories, etc.] Non-Public Data [AKA: Volunteered Information]

How is the term Use defined under HIPAA?
"Use" means, with respect to individually identifiable health information, the sharing, employment, application, utilization, examination, or analysis of such information within an entity that maintains such information.

What is data Spillage?
Data spillage occurs when information in any form is moved from a protected system and introduced into a system that does not afford it the same or better level of protection as the system from which it was moved. In the case of classified information: when data that is classified at one level is placed into a system or network that is protected at a lower or unclassified level. The same is true for privileged...

Which government agency has the power to find a child's home in the US?
Depending on the name, almost any government agency could do this, unless the person was trying to hide their identity. The various local, state and federal agencies will share information for investigations. So much information is available electronically, that even private folks can access it if they are willing to pay for it. Criminals could also do this, which is why it is ultra important not to put personally identifiable information about yourself online.

What does the term PHI stand for in the HIPPA reg?
In terms of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, PHI stands for " Protected Health Information". This is the sensitive health information that, under the law, requires a release from you in order for a medical institution to share it with someone else. The terms and restrictions are legally defined by the HIPAA Act of 1996 (which specifies "health information" and "Individually identifiable health information") and 45 CFR 160.103 (which defines PHI in terms...

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