confidentiality

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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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Cllr Queenan was secretly recorded asking for strict confidence about his meeting with the fake company and said: "I don't want to read this in the f***g media.
I guess they sent the weapons in such strict confidence that even the Turkmens were not informed," HE-rmE-zlE- stated sarcastically in an interview with the HE-rriyet daily published on Monday.
According to him, the test results will be held in strict confidence.
An independent accounting firm has been retained to oversee collections in strict confidence.
All responses will be treated in strict confidence and not individually shared with outside organisations.
Complaints can be made in person, by telephone, or email to the local authority's Environmental Health department where your name would normally be kept in strict confidence and not released to the person causing the noise.
Sharing of information by local people in strict confidence helps us in multiplying our numbers on the ground.
We are taking this opportunity to give the public our support, and anyone who speaks with us does so in strict confidence.
In the year leading up to the event I was working as a rugby journalist in Cape Town, and a key member of England's management team contacted me in strict confidence.
The tests are being conducted in strict confidence, although the general results will be released, the report added.
Information on potential violations should be reported in strict confidence to Jim Warren, Transplant News editor & publisher, at 800-689-4262.
All calls will be treated in strict confidence and kept anonymous.