Privacy Domain

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The Privacy Domain addresses the balance between use of shared information and privacy concerns of citizens and agencies with well-defined roles, policies, procedures, and technologies. In addition, the Privacy Domain addresses all state and federal laws related to privacy issues such as the distribution, availability, notification or permission to distribute, and privacy violation notification. The Privacy domain focuses on the authorized and unauthorized viewing, acquisition, and/or use of information about a person, case, or other classified activity.

Disciplines

Profiling

Defines the roles, standards, policies, audits, and tools used for creating, maintaining, and utilizing profiles for the various stakeholders of the State’s services.

Technology Areas

  • Customer Profiles
  • Employee Profiles
  • Vendor Profiles 

Personalization

Defines the roles, standards, policies, audits, and tools used for creating, maintaining and implementing personalization of services and information.

Technology Areas

  • Analysis Personalization
  • Qualified Personalization
  • Requested Personalization

Privacy

Defines the roles, standards, policies, and audits used to communicate, and verify that the rights of the individual are being adhered to in the automated and manual processes.

Technology Areas

  • Organizational (Agency) Privacy
  • Enterprise (Statewide) Privacy