PII Data security

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Keep your Organization’s and
Customer’s PII Secure at all times

Our Proposal

Organizations use the concept of PII to understand which data they store, process, and manage that identifies people and may carry some legal compliance.

Personally identifiable information (PII) is any data that can be used to identify a specific individual. The types of PII include name, mailing address, email address, date of birth, Social Security number and phone number, IP addresses, login IDs, personally identifiable financial information (PIFI), and even social media posts. PII data protection is a duty that varies greatly based on the type of organization and other considerations. PII is a very appealing target for hackers since it can be sold on the black market for money and then used for a number of illegal actions ranging from simple fraud to identity theft.

Requirements

Our solution

Identifying a specific piece of data identifies a person.
We implement systems where PII may be used only in the verification process. We conduct periodic reviews to ensure that the data being collected is necessary for daily operations. Infosec Future's policies form the base of your larger governance strategy and enable you to clearly define how governance is carried out. The purpose of these policies are to ensure that organizations are able to maintain and secure high-quality data.
Data combination reveals several unique pieces of data identify a person.
We suggest using the categories low, moderate, and high for risk levels and determining that risk level via a previously researched list of impact factors. Multiple data protection laws have been adopted by various countries to create guidelines for companies that gather, store, and share the personal information of clients.
Accessibility demands to analyze the frequency of accessing the data and by who.
We develop PII protection policies, implementing employee training, using access monitoring software all serve methods of protecting PII. Infosec Future lists the accessibility requirements that need to be met for recent releases of several standards and regulations.

Our Services:

Infosec Future strives to build a data security framework to keep your business and customer data secure with the following services:
Classification
We define, assess, and classify PII your organization receives, stores, manages, or transfers. For each type of PII, we identify the required level of confidentiality, data sensitivity, data availability, and consent for data collection.
Assessment
We conduct a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) to determine, for each type or classification or PII, how it is collected, where it is stored, and how it is disposed of, as well as the potential security risks for each type of PII.
Compliance Environment
We define your legislative duties for PII compliance. Determine your organization's security and liability policy with regard to third-party products and services, and identify voluntary standards you must comply with, such as PCI DSS.
PII Scanning
Infosec Future scanning solutions help insurance businesses to find PII, encrypt it, and control and audit access to it. You can scan for and detect various PII types like personal information, payment data, and hard-to-find insecure data.
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