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Gain Insights by Safely Sharing and Mining Heavily Regulated Data
Organizations in heavily regulated industries can now share or sell their data with third parties for data mining, research or marketing purposes without fear of personally identifiable information (PII) exposure and fines.
The PII Vault separates PII from fact data and anonymizes every profile with our Poly-Anonimization™ technology. This enables organizations to share only anonymous data and data processors to combine any number of poly-anonymized data sets at the individual level with 100% accuracy and 0% risk of PII loss.
How LA Trust Successfully Shared Sensitive Data to Gain Insights
The Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health (The L.A.Trust) was created through a resolution of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education (LAUSD) to improve the health of LAUSD children.Although hard to quantify,educators and health experts believethere is astrong correlation between student health and academic success. Whenchildren in economically disadvantaged districts struggle to receive routinehealthcare,it could impact their entire lives economically. TheL.A.Trust wanted to gain insights to better understandthis relationship so it could drivetheir programs andfunding. In order to do this, they needed to collect, combine, and share vital data from healthcare providers who adhere toHIPAAprivacy laws and educators who must follow FERPA compliance.
TheL.A.Trust selectedAnonomatictodesign and builda data privacy solutiontoensure PII fromHIPAAand FERPA regulated data could never be exposed. The PII Vault system now enables TheL.A.Trust’sdozendata partnersto anonymizetheir data before it is ever shared.Italso allowsThe L.A. Trust to linkallanonymous dataat the individual levelwithoutever receiving any PII.The L.A. Trust can now, for the first time anywhere, perform in-depth analysis of the relationship between HIPAA and FERPA data.
The L.A. Trust now gains insights into the relationship between the healthcare services students receive and their academic performance. It can also provide current partners, such as Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, and other agencies with the assurance that any data shared is safe to handle.
Protect Private Data in Non-Production Environments
Ask any developer, QA engineer, marketing campaign developer, or just about anyone, and they will tell you they would much rather design, build and test their solutions with real, production data. Ask any privacy professional and they will tell you production data absolutely cannot be used for these purposes if there is any PII in it.
Poly-Pseudonyms, part of the PII Vault technology, allows the automated replacement of real identifying details with anonymous and non-identifying details, directly into the non-production database, making the entire non-production environment PII-safe.
Why a CTO of a Consumer Manufacturer Can Now Sleep at Night
A consumer products manufacturer has multiple databases with hundreds of thousands of customer profiles. Different development teams all need access to the customer data and the PII-related risks were keeping the CTO up at night.
The company deployed the PII Vault data privacy solution, specifically Poly-Pseudonym’s capabilities, to implement a PII-secure workflow automated through Jenkins for their developers.
They are now able to take a snapshot of a production database, instantiate the copy on a non-production server then have PII Vault change all the PII in that database to privacy-compliant pseudonyms. Any database made available through this automated process is now safe for development, testing, sales, or any other non-production purposes.
Redact PII in Unstructured Data
Privacy protection doesn’t stop at structured data. All kinds of unstructured data, such as emails, documents, free-form database fields, and others can all contain PII which makes them ticking time-bombs for when, not if, problems will occur. Redacting PII from unstructured content reduces, or even eliminates, compliance risk, adhering with state, federal and international laws and regulations. It gives you the ability to learn even more about your customers, or your organization, while ensuring data privacy.
How a Data Analytics Company Can Safely Leverage Customer Emails
A data analytics company knew there was a wealth of data to be collected from emails, but the risk of exposing private information prevented them from being able to even begin testing their theories.
After integrating the PII Vault system as a key component of their data acquisition and preparation infrastructure, this company could ensure all personal information was redacted from the contents of the emails.
The customer can now safely collect these emails and other documents for data not accessible anywhere else and they can do it with complete confidence that the PII is fully protected.
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