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Confidentiality Concerns

Confidentiality Concerns

  • Snooping. Snooping is unauthorized access to another person’s or company’s data. …
  • Eavesdropping. …
  • Wiretapping. …
  • Social Engineering. …
  • Dumpster Diving. …
  • Personally Identifiable Information (PII) …
  • Man-in-the-Middle Attack (MITM) …
  • Replay Attack.

What are examples of confidentiality?

Examples of confidential information are:

Names, dates of birth, addresses, contact details (of staff, clients, patients, pupils, etcetera). Personal bank details and credit card information. Images of staff, pupils or clients that confirm their identity and can be linked to additional personal information.

What is confidentiality in ethics?

Confidentiality refers to the duty to protect privileged information and to share entrusted information responsibly. It stems from the notion that a person’s wishes, decisions, and personal information should be treated with respect.

What is the difference between privacy and confidentiality?

Privacy concerns people, whereas confidentiality concerns data. The research proposal should outline strategies to protect privacy including how the investigator will access information from or about participants.

What is the meaning of confidentiality of information?

Information that is confidential is meant to be kept secret or private.

What are the 7 principles of confidentiality?

What is Caldicott?

  • Justify the purpose(s) of using confidential information.
  • Only use it when absolutely necessary.
  • Use the minimum that is required.
  • Access should be on a strict need-to-know basis.
  • Everyone must understand his or her responsibilities.
  • Understand and comply with the law.

What are the 5 confidentiality rules?

Dos of confidentiality

  • Ask for consent to share information.
  • Consider safeguarding when sharing information.
  • Be aware of the information you have and whether it is confidential.
  • Keep records whenever you share confidential information.
  • Be up to date on the laws and rules surrounding confidentiality.

Is confidentiality an ethical concern?

Since Hippocrates, confidentiality has been presented as 1 cornerstone of ethics in healthcare. Confidentiality roots back to the respect for autonomy and self-control on information. Respecting patients confidentiality and privacy are considered as the patients’ rights.

How do you deal with confidentiality issues?

5 Top Tips for Handling Confidential Information in Your Business

  1. Control access.
  2. Use confidential waste bins and shredders.
  3. Lockable document storage cabinets.
  4. Secure delivery of confidential documents.
  5. Employee training.

How do you maintain confidentiality?

Day to day maintaining of confidentiality means:

  1. Ensuring that sensitive conversations are only held in private spaces.
  2. Recording and accessing only necessary and relevant information.
  3. Changing log-ins and passwords necessary and keeping security measures and programs up to date for IT systems.

What are some examples of confidentiality in the workplace?

Common examples of confidential information are:

  • Unpublished financial information.
  • Data of Customers/Partners/Vendors.
  • Patents, formulas or new technologies.
  • Customer lists (existing and prospective)
  • Data entrusted to our company by external parties.
  • Pricing/marketing and other undisclosed strategies.

What are the 4 examples of the exceptions to confidentiality?

The following situations typically legally obligate therapists to break confidentiality and seek outside assistance:

  • Detailed planning of future suicide attempts.
  • Other concrete signs of suicidal intent.
  • Planned violence towards others.
  • Planned future child abuse.
  • Formerly committed child abuse.
  • Experiencing child abuse.

What is an example of confidentiality in ethics?

For example, a student supervisor’s discussion of a patient record for the purposes of education in a university clinic is not a violation of confidentiality, but a student’s discussion of the same patient with other students or friends would constitute a violation of confidentiality.