How to do a Privacy Impact Assessment
Privacy Impact Assessments | Part 3: Redact PII and Sensitive Information with CaseGuard
In the final piece of our three-part series on privacy impact assessments (PIAs), we’ll be covering how you can use CaseGuard’s software to help obfuscate sensitive information. We’ll provide examples of common types of PII and Protected Health Information (PHI), as well as sensitive and confidential information so its easier for you to remove any identifying information before releasing your video, audio, image, or PDF files.
Privacy Impact Assessments | Part 2: How to Do a Privacy Impact Assessment
Learn how to do a privacy impact assessment (PIA) at your organization. You’ll learn the six key stages of a PIA process and what questions you’ll need to answer for each step. We’ll also address frequent questions about the PIA process, including when you should do a PIA, how detailed your PIA should be, and whom you might need to talk to during the PIA process.
Privacy Impact Assessments | Part 1: Why You Should Perform a Privacy Impact Assessment
It’s an unfortunate reality that any organization with sensitive information about the public can be a target for malicious actors. In response to these threats, organizations are performing privacy impact assessments (PIAs). They help organizations explain the impact an information system or project might have on individuals’ privacy and help stakeholders analyze risks. Over today and the next week, we’ll be publishing a series of articles explaining: why you should perform a privacy impact assessment, how to complete a privacy impact assessment, and how you can use redaction software to prevent the spread of confidential or sensitive information online.