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As an educational body, you create, collect, and store an enormous amount of personal and private information. And while we live in modern times where a great deal of that information is digital, not all of it stays that way. Although report cards are collected and built in the digital space, hard copies are often printed and distributed in the physical world. While job applications and performance reviews are often stored digitally, hard copies are commonly printed for review and reference.
Protecting the personal identifiable information (PII) of your students, your teachers, and your administrative personnel is not only good business practice, it’s a highly-regulated requirement for everyone working in the education sector.
Education sector investments in digital security are on the rise but, caught between funding challenges and the often-complex requirements for digital security, not all educational institutions are yet cyber-proof.
Just as importantly, much of what educators create, collect, and distribute, exists briefly in the real world, at some point in their existence; drafts of report cards, class contact lists, or personnel documents like resumes and performance reviews, exist on paper at some point. And in the wrong hands, that information can easily lead to a breach, fraud, and identity theft.
For educational institutions, whether you are an elementary school or an internationally known university or college, it’s safe to assume that most documents you or your employees handle, contain some form of confidential and sensitive information.
If you create, collect, or dispose of these types of documents, you and your organization could be at-risk for an information breach ––
Like most industries that work with private and confidential information, the insurance sector is heavily regulated and governed. And laws designed to protect identities, medical information, financial data, and personal privacy come with strict rules – and strong fines for violating them. We can help you stay compliant.
Here are just a few of the key Federal, State, and Local information security laws that require privacy compliance:
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