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confidentiality

Restrictions on the accessibility and dissemination of information. Confidentiality is one of the six fundamental components of information security (see Parkerian Hexad).
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To the dismay of proponents of transparency, the consolidated amendments by Parliament's left wing (S&D, Greens, GUE) on data confidentiality were not adopted.
The letter comes with a warning: this new clash on the difficult issue of data confidentiality, which has already poisoned relations between the EU and the United States in recent years, could have repercussions on the trade negotiations between the two continents (see separate article).
An integrated suite of bespoke web, cryptographic, analysis and payments processing systems supports the HomePay products, ensuring strong user authentication and strict data confidentiality.
A growing need for accuracy in data as well as the ability to share this information whilst ensuring data confidentiality has been a key focus for technological advancements in mobile health.
Breaches of data confidentiality incidents are increasing in number and significance each year.
It is a continuation of SECPs efforts for employing advanced technologies to ensure data confidentiality, integrity and availability.
The report said: "Medical device purchasing procedures should include a stringent requirement to consider data confidentiality and security.
This will enable Maveric's clients secure their customer interaction channels protect data confidentiality and risk management.
EoACA[pounds sterling]This will certainly protect data confidentiality but encryption and key management could quickly overwhelm IT organizations with new tasks and tools.
The certification means that the UK Government's National Technical Authority for Information Assurance, CESG, has verified that the appliances meet the claims made for data confidentiality, integrity and availability.
It details the major mobile standards for securing mobile communications, and examines the architectures able to provide data confidentiality, authentication, integrity, and privacy in various wireless environments.
This delivers greater network security and data confidentiality.