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Writen by Zlatko Delev

Posted on: March 30, 2021

Are you aware of holding sensitive data ?

Sensitive data is information that must be protected against unauthorized access. Access to sensitive data should be limited through sufficient data security and information security practices designed to prevent unauthorized disclosure and data breaches.

Your organization may have to protect sensitive data for ethical or legal requirements, personal privacy, regulatory reasons, trade secrets and other critical business information.

Examples:

  • Racial or ethnic origin 
  • Political opinion
  • Religious or philosophical beliefs
  • Trade union membership
  • Genetic data
  • Biometric data 
  • Health data
  • Sex life or sexual orientation
  • Financial information (bank account numbers and credit card numbers)
  • Classified information

Is your company up to date with this ? 

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