Sensitive Data

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  1. Jubei
    Sensitive data exposure occurs when an application, company, or other entity inadvertently exposes personal data. Sensitive data exposure differs from a data breach, in which an attacker accesses and steals information. Sensitive data exposure occurs as a result of not adequately protecting a database where information is stored.
  2. Grorg
    Data relating to religion, politics, health, etc. is considered sensitive under the EU’s data protection law and gets special protection. Under what conditions can my company/organisation process sensitive data?
  3. Kakazahn
    Sensitive data is defined as "any data of which the compromise with respect to confidentiality, integrity, and/or availability could adversely affect COV interests, the conduct of Agency programs, or the privacy to which individuals are entitled." Types of Sensitive Data Examples of types of sensitive data include.
  4. Dourr
    Sep 05,  · Sensitive data, or, as the GDPR calls it, ‘ special categories of personal data’ is a category of personal data that is especially protected and in general, cannot be processed. Under the current Data Protection Directive, personal data is information pertaining to one’s racial or ethnic makeup.
  5. Bazahn
    The difference between personal data and sensitive personal data is that processing sensitive personal data requires additional protection granted by the GDPR, since processing those types of data can involve severe and unacceptable risks for fundamental human rights and freedoms.
  6. Bakus
    UM-Flint Sensitive Data Guide to ITS Services The guide is designed to help you make informed decisionsabout where to safely store and share university data. This guide is notintended to be a complete or comprehensive catalog of storage services available at U-M.
  7. Zulunos
    Sensitive business information is any data that would pose a risk to the company if released to a competitor or the general public. For example, information such as intellectual property, trade secrets, or plans for a merger could all be harmful to the business if it fell into a rival’s hands.
  8. Tygokazahn
    A sensitive information type is defined by a pattern that can be identified by a regular expression or a function. In addition, corroborative evidence such as keywords and checksums can be used to identify a sensitive information type. Confidence level and proximity are also used in the evaluation process.

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