What’s the Difference between Redaction, Deidentification, and Anonymization?
Safeguarding your consumer data is your agency’s responsibility, be it a small business, large enterprise, or even a government entity to protect the information from abuse or breaches of their data systems. Ways that can be done is through redaction, anonymization, or de-identification of the data. Once data has been used, or reached the end of its lifespan, it must be destroyed.
School Reopenings & Student Privacy
Coronavirus is changing the way schools operate, and there is a significant change in the learning environment. If there are recordings of students participating, communicating, or even giving demonstrations, then the information faces FERPA policies and heavy redaction from school administrators or other resources.
Machine Learning Sets the Pace on Data Privacy
One of the significant areas in which machine learning, AI, and even deep learning applications can benefit businesses today is in taking control of their data. Data security and maintaining privacy compliance, along with protecting customer information, can make or break a company, even large enterprises.
Video Surveillance | Privacy and Traffic Management
Open-street video surveillance works in different ways in different situations. The deployment of video surveillance systems in any public space should be in tandem with the privacy principles in public spaces. Video redaction comes in as a complimentary service or technology to ensure compliance with these kinds of principles and regulations.
Patient Privacy and Document Redaction in Medical Contexts
Proper redaction of all medical information – whether they be physical or digital documents, audio files, or footage from examinations – is imperative to following the law and avoiding the myriad of problems associated with a data breach.
Live Streaming Privacy in the Middle of Coronavirus Outbreak
Privacy is the right to manage personal information. Any confidential information that may be accidentally exposed on a live stream, including faces of minors and private citizens, should be treated as such and removed using video and audio redaction software. Bear in mind that privacy is expected.
Smart Video Surveillance and Privacy in Recreational and Public Spaces
Like any intrusive technology, the benefits of deploying public video cameras must be balanced against its costs and dangers. In public surveillance cameras, the first question is whether the surveillance cameras in public places are an invasion of privacy.
Shopping Mall Surveillance and Redaction
In the digital era, video monitoring has emerged as the number one contender for safety in the shopping malls and other public places. On the other hand, heated debates have also arisen about the intrusion of privacy through potential abuse of the surveillance cameras involved. Video redaction can bridge the gap between the two parties.
The True Cost of Failing to Redact Properly
To redact is to edit or prepare something for publishing. It sounds simple, but it is much more than putting black boxes over information or blurring a face. Redaction is not just removing the ability to read or view the data; it is the act of eliminating all traces that the information ever existed in the first place.In today’s post, we’ll explain what redaction is, when redaction is required by the law, when and how to redact, and how redaction benefits your organization.
5G and Privacy Laws | Maintain Compliance with Video Redaction
With the congressional approvals to begin widespread 5G installations across the country, 5G has already risen and set. The next horizon is already here and enterprises looking to succeed should prepare for a new industry in data, privacy, speed, and networking.