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What is sensitive information?

Information that should not be generally available

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What would happen if sensitive information would be released?

It could cause harm.

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For what type of information does the definition of sensitive information work for?

The definition works for business information as well as it does for personal information.

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What would be an example of sensitive personal information?

Medical records.

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What should information should not be generally available?

Medical records- they are clearly personal.

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What is an example of non sensitive information?

Business information such as addresses of shops in the chain, or of the head office.

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What is private information?

Information about individuals or organisations - addresses, phone numbers, nationality, gender and martial status.

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What type of information is covered by the Data Protection Act?

Private information.

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In what way does private Data need to be held?

In a legal manner.

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What would happen to information that was not personal?

It would not be covered by the Data Protection Act.

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What is public information?

Information about government and other publicity owned.

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What is personal information?

Information about individuals e.g. an individuals phone number.

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What is business information?

Information about the business e.g. annual sales figures of an organisation.

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What is confidential information?

Private information that is kept private.

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What type of information is kept at a higher degree of restriction than sensitive information?

Confidential information

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What is an example of sensitive information?

A report about the needs of an individual student at a school.

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What type of information would be needed for some staff?

Confidential information would be needed for some staff, but definitely not for other students.

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What is classified information?

Public information that should be kept private e.g. the NHS patient.

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What is completely ananymised information?

Information that is completely ananymised has had any information that could link the record to the source, or the person to the orgnisation it's about, removed.

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What is partially anonymised information?

Information has ha some information removed.

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What are stakeholders?

Stakeholders are those who have interest in or are impacted by, the actions of an organisation.

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What type of stakeholders are there?

Internal or external.

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What do stakeholders need to take account of?

Confidential personal information needs to be held more securely than non-confidential information.