Certified Information Privacy Manager (C.I.P.M.) Exam Prep Test

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    The implementation of appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure and be able to demonstrate that the handling of personal data is performed in accordance with relevant law, an idea codified in the EU General Data Protection Regulation and other frameworks, including APEC's Cross Border Privacy Rules. ________

    Explanation
    Traditionally, accountability has been a fair information practices principle, that due diligence and reasonable steps will be undertaken to ensure that personal information will be protected and handled consistently with relevant law and other fair use principles.

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    DLP network, storage, scans and privacy tools can be used to identify security and privacy risks to personal information. They can also be used to monitor for compliance with internal policies and procedures, and block e-mail or file transfers based on the data category and definitions. ________

    Explanation
    Active scanning tools are used to identify security and privacy risks to personal information. These tools can scan the network, storage, and other resources to detect any vulnerabilities or potential breaches. They can also monitor for compliance with internal policies and procedures, ensuring that data is handled according to the defined guidelines. Additionally, active scanning tools can block e-mail or file transfers if they contain data that falls under certain categories or definitions, providing an extra layer of protection against unauthorized data transfer.

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  • 4. 

    A U.S. professional organization of certified public accountants and co-creator of the WebTrust seal program. ________

    Explanation
    The given correct answer for this question is the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. This organization is a U.S. professional organization that represents certified public accountants. They are also the co-creator of the WebTrust seal program, which is a program that provides assurance to users of websites that their personal information is secure and that the website is trustworthy. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants plays a significant role in promoting and maintaining high professional standards in the accounting industry.

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  • 5. 

    The process in which individually identifiable data is altered in such a way that it no longer can be related back to a given individual. ________

    Explanation
    Among many techniques, there are three primary ways that data is anonymized. Suppression is the most basic version of anonymization and it simply removes some identifying values from data to reduce its identifiability. Generalization takes specific identifying values and makes them broader, such as changing a specific age (18) to an age range (18-24). Noise addition takes identifying values from a given data set and switches them with identifying values from another individual in that data set.

    Note that all of these processes will not guarantee that data is no longer identifiable and have to be performed in such a way that does not harm the usability of the data.

    Associated law(s):Anonymous Data, De-Identification, Mircodata Sets, Re-identification

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    ________ takes specific identifying values and makes them broader, such as changing a specific age (18) to an age range (18-24).

    Explanation
    Generalization is the process of taking specific identifying values and making them broader. This involves changing a specific age, such as 18, to an age range like 18-24. By generalizing, we can categorize and group similar values together, allowing for easier analysis and comparison.

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    ________ addition takes identifying values from a given data set and switches them with identifying values from another individual in that data set.

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    ________ is the most basic version of anonymization and it simply removes some identifying values from data to reduce its identifiability.

    Explanation
    Suppression is the most basic version of anonymization as it involves removing identifying values from data to reduce its identifiability. This means that certain information, such as names or specific identifiers, is eliminated from the dataset to protect the privacy of individuals. By suppressing these identifying values, the data becomes less identifiable and helps to ensure that individuals cannot be directly linked to the information.

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  • 9. 

    A set of non-binding principles adopted by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperative that mirror the OECD Fair Information Privacy Practices. Though based on OECD Guidelines, they seek to promote electronic commerce throughout the Asia-Pacific region by balancing information privacy with business needs. ________

    Explanation
    The given correct answer is APEC Privacy Principles. This is because the passage states that the set of non-binding principles adopted by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperative (APEC) aims to promote electronic commerce in the Asia-Pacific region while balancing information privacy with business needs. Therefore, the APEC Privacy Principles align with this objective and are the most appropriate answer.

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  • 10. 

    The first of four phases of the privacy operational life cycle ________

    Explanation
    The first of four phases of the privacy operational life cycle; provides the steps, checklists and processes necessary to assess any gaps in a privacy program as compared to industry best practices, corporate privacy policies, applicable privacy laws, and objective-based privacy program frameworks.

    Associated term(s): Privacy Operational Life Cycle; Protect; Sustain; Respond

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  • 11. 

    High-level, five-phase audit approach. The steps include: Audit Planning; Audit Preparation; Conducting the Audit; Reporting; and Follow-up. ________

    Explanation
    The given answer, "Audit Life Cycle," is the missing term that completes the statement. The explanation is that the high-level, five-phase audit approach mentioned in the question is commonly referred to as the "Audit Life Cycle." This cycle includes the steps of Audit Planning, Audit Preparation, Conducting the Audit, Reporting, and Follow-up. The Audit Life Cycle provides a structured framework for conducting audits and ensures that all necessary steps are followed to effectively assess and report on the audited entity's compliance and performance.

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  • 12. 

    ________ is targeted at individuals based on the observation of their behavior over time.

    Explanation
    Advertising that is targeted at individuals based on the observation of their behavior over time. Most often done via automated processing of personal data, or profiling, the General Data Protection Regulation requires that data subjects be able to opt-out of any automated processing, to be informed of the logic involved in any automatic personal data processing and, at least when based on profiling, be informed of the consequences of such processing. If cookies are used to store or access information for the purposes of behavioral advertising, the ePrivacy Directive requires that data subjects provide consent for the placement of such cookies, after having been provided with clear and comprehensive information.

    Acronym(s): OBA

    Associated term(s): Online Behavioral Advertising, Behavioral Targeting, Contextual Advertising, Demographic Advertising, Premium Advertising, Psychographic Advertising, Remnant Advertising

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  • 13. 

    ________ are appropriate safeguards allowed by the General Data Protection Regulation to facilitate cross-border transfers of personal data between the various entities of a corporate group worldwide.

    Explanation
    They do so by ensuring that the same high level of protection of personal data is complied with by all members of the organizational group by means of a single set of binding and enforceable rules. BCRs compel organizations to be able to demonstrate their compliance with all aspects of applicable data protection legislation and are approved by a member state data protection authority. To date, relatively few organizations have had BCRs approved.

    Acronym(s): BCR

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    The United States’ Federal Trade Commission’s ________ (BoC) enforces the nation's antitrust laws, which form the foundation of our free market economy. The antitrust laws promote the interests of consumers; they support unfettered markets and result in lower prices and more choices.

    Explanation
    Associated term(s): Bureau of Consumer Protection; Bureau of Economics

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  • 15. 

    The United States’ Federal Trade Commission’s ________ (BoCP) stops unfair, deceptive and fraudulent business practices by collecting complaints and conducting investigations, suing companies and people that break the law, developing rules to maintain a fair marketplace, and educating consumers and businesses about their rights and responsibilities.

    Explanation
    Associated term(s): Bureau of Competition; Bureau of Economics

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  • 16. 

    The United States’ Federal Trade Commission’s ________ (BoE) helps the FTC evaluate the economic impact of its actions by providing economic analysis for competition and consumer protection investigations and rulemakings, and analyzing the economic impact of government regulations on businesses and consumers.

    Explanation
    Associated term(s): Bureau of Competition; Bureau of Consumer Protection

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  • 17. 

    The starting point for assessing the needs of the privacy organization, it defines the individual program needs and the ways to meet specific business goals, such as compliance with privacy laws or regulations, industry frameworks, customer requirements and other considerations. ________

    Explanation
    The given answer, "Business case," is the correct answer because a business case is a document that outlines the justification for a proposed project or initiative. In the context of assessing the needs of a privacy organization, a business case would outline the individual program needs and provide a framework for meeting specific business goals, such as compliance with privacy laws, industry frameworks, customer requirements, and other considerations. The business case would outline the financial, strategic, and operational benefits of implementing the proposed privacy program, helping to justify the allocation of resources and support decision-making.

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  • 18. 

    BCDR or ________ is a risk mitigation plan designed to prepare an organization for crises and to ensure critical business functions continue. The focus is to recover from a disaster when disruptions of any size are encountered.

    Explanation
    The given answer, "Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan," accurately describes the acronym BCDR. BCDR is a risk mitigation plan that helps organizations prepare for crises and ensure that critical business functions can continue even in the face of disruptions or disasters. This plan focuses on recovering from a disaster and maintaining business continuity regardless of the size or nature of the disruption.

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  • 19. 

    The ________ (BCP) is typically drafted and maintained by key stakeholders, spelling out departmental responsibilities and actions teams must take before, during and after an event in order to help operations run smoothly. Situations covered in a BCP often include fire, flood, natural disasters (tornadoes and hurricanes), and terrorist attack.

    Explanation
    A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is a document that outlines the responsibilities and actions that key stakeholders and teams must take in order to ensure that operations run smoothly before, during, and after an event. It is typically drafted and maintained by these stakeholders and covers various situations such as fire, flood, natural disasters, and terrorist attacks. The purpose of a BCP is to provide a roadmap for businesses to follow in order to minimize disruptions and ensure the continuity of critical functions in the face of unexpected events.

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  • 20. 

    ________ (COPPA) is a U.S. federal law that applies to the operators of commercial websites and online services that are directed to children under the age of 13. It also applies to general audience websites and online services that have actual knowledge that they are collecting personal information from children under the age of 13.

    Explanation
    COPPA requires these website operators: to post a privacy notice on the homepage of the website; provide notice about collection practices to parents; obtain verifiable parental consent before collecting personal information from children; give parents a choice as to whether their child’s personal information will be disclosed to third parties; provide parents access and the opportunity to delete the child’s personal information and opt out of future collection or use of the information, and maintain the confidentiality, security and integrity of personal information collected from children.

    Acronym(s): COPPA

    Link to text of law: 15 U.S.C. §§ 6501-6508

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  • 21. 

    In the context of consent, ________ refers to the idea that consent must be freely given.

    Explanation
    In the context of consent, choice refers to the idea that consent must be freely given and that data subjects must have a genuine choice as to whether to provide personal data or not. If there is no true choice it is unlikely the consent will be deemed valid under the General Data Protection Regulation.

    Associated term(s): Consent

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  • 22. 

    Three common information security principles from the 1960s. ________

    Explanation
    Also known as information security triad; three common information security principles from the 1960s: Confidentiality, integrity, availability.

    Associated term(s): Information Security Triad

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  • 23. 

    The three common information security principles from the 1960s that comprise the CIA Triad also known as Information Security Triad: ________

    Explanation
    The CIA Triad, also known as the Information Security Triad, consists of three fundamental principles: confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Confidentiality ensures that information is only accessible to authorized individuals, protecting it from unauthorized disclosure. Integrity ensures that information remains accurate, complete, and unaltered, preventing unauthorized modifications. Availability ensures that information is accessible and usable by authorized individuals when needed. These three principles form the foundation of information security, providing a comprehensive approach to protect sensitive information from unauthorized access, manipulation, and unavailability.

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  • 24. 

    A fair information practices principle, it is the principle stating there should be limits to the collection of personal data, that any such data should be obtained by lawful and fair means and, where appropriate, with the knowledge or consent of the data subject. ________

    Explanation
    The given answer, "Collection Limitation," is the correct answer because it accurately describes the fair information practices principle mentioned in the question. This principle states that there should be limits to the collection of personal data, and any such data should be obtained through lawful and fair means, with the knowledge or consent of the data subject. "Collection Limitation" summarizes this principle effectively.

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  • 25. 

    This privacy requirement is one of the fair information practices. Individuals must be able to prevent the collection of their personal data, unless the disclosure is required by law. ________

    Explanation
    If an individual has choice about the use or disclosure of his or her information, consent is the individual's way of giving permission for the use or disclosure. Consent may be affirmative; i.e., opt-in; or implied; i.e., the individual didn’t opt out.

    (1) Affirmative/Explicit Consent: A requirement that an individual "signifies" his or her agreement with a data controller by some active communication between the parties.

    (2) Implicit Consent: Implied consent arises where consent may reasonably be inferred from the action or inaction of the individual.

    Associated term(s): Choice

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  • 26. 

    A requirement that an individual "signifies" his or her agreement with a data controller by some active communication between the parties. ________

    Explanation
    (1) Affirmative/Explicit Consent: A requirement that an individual "signifies" his or her agreement with a data controller by some active communication between the parties.

    (2) Implicit Consent: Implied consent arises where consent may reasonably be inferred from the action or inaction of the individual.

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  • 27. 

    Implied consent arises where consent may reasonably be inferred from the action or inaction of the individual. ________

    Explanation
    (1) Affirmative/Explicit Consent: A requirement that an individual "signifies" his or her agreement with a data controller by some active communication between the parties.

    (2) Implicit Consent: Implied consent arises where consent may reasonably be inferred from the action or inaction of the individual.

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  • 28. 

    Any person or entity that complies or evaluates personal information for the purpose of furnishing it to third parties for a fee. ________

    Explanation
    Acronym(s): CRAs

    Associated term(s): Credit Reporting Agency

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  • 29. 

    “As-is” data privacy requirements; the current environment and any protections, policies, and procedures currently deployed. ________

    Explanation
    The given answer "Current baseline" refers to the existing state or condition of the data privacy requirements, environment, and the protections, policies, and procedures that are currently in place. It suggests that the answer is related to the current status or starting point of these factors, indicating that the question is asking for an assessment or evaluation of the present situation rather than any future or hypothetical scenario.

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  • 30. 

    Relatively new form of insurance protection that fills gaps typically not covered by General Commercial Liability plans. ________

    Explanation
    Cyber liability insurance may cover many breach-related expenses, including forensic investigations, outside counsel fees, crisis management services, public relations experts, breach notification, and call center costs.

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  • 31. 

    The unauthorized acquisition of computerized data that compromises the security, confidentiality, or integrity of personal information maintained by a data collector. ________

    Explanation
    Breaches do not include good faith acquisitions of personal information by an employee or agent of the data collector for a legitimate purpose of the data collector —provided the personal information is not used for a purpose unrelated to the data collector's business or subject to further unauthorized disclosure.

    Associated term(s): Breach, Privacy Breach (Canadian)

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  • 32. 

    The natural or legal person, public authority, agency or any other body which alone or jointly with others determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data. ________

    Explanation
    Where the purposes and means of such processing are determined by EU or member state law, the controller or the specific criteria for its nomination may be provided for by EU or member state law.

    Associated term(s): Data Processor

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  • 33. 

    Also known as a record of authority, identifies personal data as it moves across various systems and thus how data is shared and organized, and its location. That data is then categorized by subject area, which identifies inconsistent data versions, enabling identification and mitigation of data disparities. ________

    Explanation
    A data inventory, also known as a record of authority, is a tool used to identify and track personal data as it moves across different systems. It helps to organize and categorize the data, as well as identify any inconsistencies or disparities in the data versions. By creating a data inventory, organizations can have a clear understanding of how data is shared and organized, and its location, which is crucial for effective data management and compliance with data protection regulations.

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  • 34. 

    Also known as Information Life Cycle Management (ILM) or data governance, DLM is a policy-based approach to managing the flow of information through a life cycle from creation to final disposition. It provides a holistic approach to the processes, roles, controls and measures necessary to organize and maintain data, and has 11 elements. ________

    Explanation
    Also known as Information Life Cycle Management (ILM) or data governance, DLM is a policy-based approach to managing the flow of information through a life cycle from creation to final disposition. DLM provides a holistic approach to the processes, roles, controls and measures necessary to organize and maintain data, and has 11 elements: Enterprise objectives; minimalism; simplicity of procedure and effective training; adequacy of infrastructure; information security; authenticity and accuracy of one’s own records; retrievability; distribution controls; auditability; consistency of policies; and enforcement.

    Acronym(s): DLM; ILM

    Associated term(s): Information Life Cycle Management

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  • 35. 

    The idea that one should only collect and retain that personal data which is necessary. ________

    Explanation
    Link to text of law: Directive 95/46/EC

    Link to text of law: Regulation EC (No) 45/2001

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  • 36. 

    Independent public authorities that supervise the application of data protection laws in the EU. ________

    Explanation
    DPAs provide advice on data protection issues and field complaints from individuals alleging violations of the General Data
    Protection Regulation. Each EU member state has its own DPA. Under GDPR, DPAs have extensive enforcement powers, including the ability to impose fines that total 4% of a company’s global annual revenue.

    Acronym(s): DPA

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  • 37. 

    Required by the General Data Protection Regulation in some instances, particularly where a new product or service is likely to result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons. ________

    Explanation
    The process by which companies can systematically assess and identify the privacy and data protection impacts of any products they offer and services they provide. It enables them to identify the impact and take the appropriate actions to prevent or, at the very least, minimize the risk of those impacts.

    Acronym(s): DPIA

    Associated term(s): Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs)

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  • 38. 

    A fair information practices principle, it is the principle that personal data should be relevant to the purposes for which it is to be used, and, to the extent necessary for those purposes, should be accurate, complete and kept up-to-date. ________

    Explanation
    The quality of data is judged by four criteria: Does it meet the business needs?; Is it accurate?; Is it complete?, and is it recent? Data is of an appropriate quality if these criteria are satisfied for a particular application.

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  • 39. 

    Also known as “local governance,” this governance model involves the delegation of decision-making authority down to the lower levels in an organization, away from and lower than a central authority. There are fewer tiers in the organizational structure, wider span of control and bottom-to-top flow of decision-making and ideas. ________

    Explanation
    Associated term(s): Local Governance

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  • 40. 

    When the seller directly contacts an individual. ________

    Explanation
    When the seller directly contacts an individual, in contrast to marketing through mass media such as television or radio.

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  • 41. 

    Proposed regulatory policy, similar to the existing Do-Not-Call Registry in the United States ________

    Explanation
    A proposed regulatory policy, similar to the existing Do-Not-Call Registry in the United States, which would allow consumers to opt out of web-usage tracking.

    Acronym(s): DNT

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  • 42. 

    This law updated the Federal Wiretap Act of 1968. As amended, it protects wire, oral and electronic communications while those communications are being made, are in transit, and when they are stored on computers. The act applies to e-mail, telephone conversations and data stored electronically. ________

    Explanation
    The collective name of the Electronic Communications Privacy and Stored Wire Electronic Communications Acts, which updated the Federal Wiretap Act of 1968. ECPA, as amended, protects wire, oral and electronic communications while those communications are being made, are in transit, and when they are stored on computers. The act applies to e-mail, telephone conversations and data stored electronically.

    The USA PATRIOT Act and subsequent federal enactments have clarified and updated ECPA in light of the ongoing development of modern communications technologies and methods, including easing restrictions on law enforcement access to stored communications in some cases.

    Link to text of law: Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986

    Acronym(s): ECPA

    Associated law(s): Stored Communications Act, Stored Wire Electronic Communications Act, USA Patriot Act

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  • 43. 

    This Directive was replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018. ________

    Explanation
    The EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC) was replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018. The Directive was adopted in 1995, became effective in 1998 and was the first EU-wide legislation that protected individuals’ privacy and personal data use.

    Associated term(s): Data Protection Directive

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  • 44. 

    Performed to determine the capability of current privacy management to support each of the business and technical requirements uncovered during an audit or privacy assessment, if any exist; requires reviewing the capabilities of current systems, management tools, hardware, operating systems, administrator expertise, system locations, outsourced services and physical infrastructure. ________

    Explanation
    The given answer, Gap Analysis, is correct because it accurately describes the process of evaluating the capability of current privacy management systems and infrastructure to meet the identified business and technical requirements. Gap analysis involves reviewing various aspects such as current systems, tools, hardware, expertise, and physical infrastructure to identify any gaps or deficiencies that need to be addressed in order to align with the requirements. This analysis helps in identifying areas where improvements or changes are needed to bridge the gap between the current state and desired state of privacy management.

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  • 45. 

    ________ (GAPP) is a framework promulgated by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) in conjunction with the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA). The ten principles are management, notice, choice and consent, collection, use and retention, access, disclosure to third parties, security for privacy, quality, monitoring and enforcement.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is Generally Accepted Privacy Principles. The explanation is that GAPP is a framework developed by the AICPA and CICA to provide guidance on privacy practices. It consists of ten principles that cover various aspects of privacy, including management, notice, choice and consent, collection, use and retention, access, disclosure to third parties, security for privacy, quality, monitoring, and enforcement. These principles are widely recognized and accepted as best practices for protecting individuals' privacy rights.

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  • 46. 

    ________ or GLBA is the commonly used name for The Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999. The act re-organized financial services regulation in the United States and applies broadly to any company that is “significantly engaged” in financial activities in the U.S. In its privacy provisions, GLBA addresses the handling of non-public personal information, defined broadly to include a consumer’s name and address, and consumers’ interactions with banks, insurers and other financial institutions. GLBA requires financial institutions to securely store personal financial information; give notice of their policies regarding the sharing of personal financial information, and give consumers the ability to opt-out of some sharing of personal financial information.

    Explanation
    Link to text of law: Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

    Acronym(s): GLBA

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  • 47. 

    A U.S. law passed to create national standards for electronic healthcare transactions, among other purposes. HIPAA required the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to promulgate  regulations to protect the privacy and security of personal health information. The basic rule is that patients have to opt in before their information can be shared with other organizations—although there are important exceptions such as for treatment, payment and healthcare operations. ________

    Explanation
    Link to text of law: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

    Acronym(s): HIPAA

    Related terms: HITECH, The Privacy Rule, The Security Rule

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  • 48. 

    This privacy governance model allows for a combination of centralized and local governance. Typically seen when a large organization assigns a main individual responsibility for privacy-related affairs, and the local entities then fulfill and support the policies and directives from the central governing body. ________

    Explanation
    This privacy governance model is known as Hybrid Governance. It involves a combination of centralized and local governance, where a main individual is assigned responsibility for privacy-related affairs in a large organization. The local entities then follow and support the policies and directives set by the central governing body.

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  • 49. 

    It is fair information practices principle that an individual should have the right: a) to obtain from a data controller, or otherwise, confirmation of whether or not the data controller has data relating to them; b) to have data relating to them communicated to them within a reasonable time; at a charge, if any, that is not excessive; in a reasonable manner, and in a form that is readily intelligible to them; c) to be given reasons if a request made under subparagraphs (a) and (b) is denied, and to be able to challenge such denial; and d) to challenge data relating to them and, if the challenge is successful, to have the data erased, rectified, completed or amended. ________

    Explanation
    Associated term(s): FIPs

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  • 50. 

    ________ recognizes that data has different value, and requires approaches, as it moves through an organization from collection to deletion. The stages are generally considered to be: Collection, processing, use, disclosure, retention, and destruction.

    Explanation
    The given correct answer, "Information Life Cycle," refers to the concept that data goes through different stages as it moves through an organization. This includes collection, processing, use, disclosure, retention, and destruction. The information life cycle recognizes that data has varying value and requires different approaches at each stage.

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