Paranormal Investigators Confidentiality Agreement Name of Property: ________________________________________________________ Street Address: ___________________________________________________________ City: _______________________________ State: _________ Zip Code: ____________ _______________________________________________ respects your right to privacy. All of your personal information will be kept confidential. Investigative team leaders, individual members, and member groups will have access to the investigation file for education and research purposes only. The investigative team would like to use some or all of the information and evidence collected during the investigation for possible inclusion in our website, newsletter and educational considerations (lectures, workshops, etc). Please check the level of confidentiality you would like to grant to above mentioned investigative team: May not release any part of the investigation to the public May release information pertaining to this investigation to the public providing that the identity of witnesses and clients are protected in documentation and
3. Policy 3.1 General Use and Ownership Users must be aware that any data created or stored on ABC Credit Union systems and because of this Administration cannot be held responsible for data confidentiality found on any device belonging to ABC Credit Union. All ABC Credit Union employees are responsible for exercising what constitutes “Acceptable Use” of workstations and their applications as well as any attached network devices i.e. Printers, Telephony, ect. Guidelines for this policy will be created by individual departments, however any questions regarding policy adherence must be brought to the respective departmental managers.
3.2 Security and Proprietary Information 3.2.1. Any user interface contained on ABC Credit Union systems must be classified as either confidential or non-confidential, which will be defined by Human Resources in corporate confidentiality guidelines. 3.2.2. All user account authentication and authorization methods, including usernames and passwords, must be kept
Keep all information on a need to know basis. Special features of different storage systems that help to ensure security. Locks Swipe cards Key codes Only Authorised people allowed entry Signing in and out records Back-up systems Confidentiality agreements Password protect as much as
* Use of the internet for personal reasons (e.g. online banking, shopping, information surfing) must be limited, reasonable and done only during non-work time. * Staff may face disciplinary action or other sanctions if they breach this policy and/or bring embarrassment on the Company or bring it into disrepute. Use of Email When using Company email, users must: * Ensure they do not harm the Company’s reputation, bring it into disrepute, incur liability on the part of the Company, or adversely impact on its image. * Must not use email for the creation, retention or distribution of disruptive or offensive messages, images, materials or software that include offensive or abusive comments about ethnicity or nationality, gender, disabilities, age, sexual orientation, appearance, religious beliefs and practices, political beliefs or social background.
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For the purpose of patient safety (NMC 2009), and data protection all names and locations have been changed or omitted to maintain anonymity in accordance with the Data Protection act (1998). Confidentiality within a healthcare setting means that personal data relevant to the patient should not be disclosed, except within certain parameters. Confidentiality is described by the Department of Health (2003) as an ethical principle or legal right, that any health professional will record all information relating to a patient securely and not share that information with any one other than those who are involved in their care (NMC 2009) furthermore the information disclosed will be dealt with inline with local protocols such as child protection guidelines and the protection of vulnerable adults. Moreover the patient can give consent permitting disclosure to other services. Systems can be in place to allow the sharing of records, creating views or filters of the record that the patient wants the other departments or individuals to see (TPP 2010).
An example of this is an employer may have the right to listen to telephone calls however they do not have the right to listen to telephone calls on your personal cell phone. However, in the case Michael A. Smyth vs. The Pillsbury Company, Defendant [Pillsbury Company] maintained an electronic mail communication system (“e-mail”) in order to promote internal corporate communications between its employees. Defendant repeatedly assured its employees, including plaintiff, that all e-mail communications would remain confidential and privileged. Defendant further assured its employees, including plaintiff, that e-mail communications could not be intercepted and used by defendant against its employees as grounds for termination or reprimand.
The following aspects should be followed to develop the security controls: 1. Which individual will have access to customer information and issuance of password to monitor appropriate use of the customer information for only business? 2. Only authorized individuals will have access to protected server areas of the company and the records storage should be located off site for security with badge entry only. 3.
* Data Protection including confidentiality In the care setting I am to keep all personal information about the individual I care for locked away, I am not to talk about them with anyone outside of work. All information about the individual is kept in their own individual care plans; this is accessible only by carers, nurses, management and GPs. Each care plan is a way to make sure the individual is cared for in the best possible way. It should be kept up to date at all times. If information is saved to a computer it is password protected.