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Protecting Personal Business Information

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Personal business is the term used to describe tasks or activities that are handled by a business, individual, or an individual on their own. Examples include managing finances, doing household chores, or keeping appointments. It could also mean setting up and running an individual business based on your interests, skills, and experience as a sole proprietor or an individual.

Although privacy laws on data vary from nation to country and state to state However, they all have the same definitions for what is considered personal information. Personal data is defined in the CCPA, Connecticut’s law and other laws as any data that can be reasonably connected to an identifiable individual in the absence of data that is de-identified or data that is available to the public. In addition, the CCPA contains a category of sensitive personal information which requires greater security than other forms of data.

It’s essential to determine what data your organization holds. This can be done by conducting a thorough inventory of all documents, files, and storage devices. This should include all desktops, cabinets, file cabinets, laptops, mobile devices and flash drives, disks and digital copiers. Don’t forget to examine the locations where sensitive information might be stored outside your office, for example, the homes of employees and work-from home computers as well as other devices.

Sensitive PII must be protected in transport and at rest, and should be kept only as long as is necessary for business purposes. This includes biometrics, medical information included in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act(HIPAA), unique identifiers like passport or Social Security Numbers and employee records for personnel.

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