The Privacy Toolkit

The Privacy ToolkitThis toolkit provides a wide variety of resources to boost your understanding and ability to manage Privacy in your organization with 30 ready-to-use resources.
This toolkit is designed to provide a guiding hand to assist you in improving your knowledge and understanding of Privacy by offering easy to use templates, blueprints, and documents that can be adapted to your organization’s requirements.
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Put together by The Art of Service’s industry experts and providing ready to use documents, this valuable kit takes the reader beyond the theoretical to focus on the real benefits and deliverables of Privacy and how to apply them successfully within an organization.
This innovative set of documents and ready-to-use templates will provide you with a head start for both learning and applying of a Privacy approach that meets today’s standards. It is tailor-fit for professionals who don’t have the time or resources at hand to develop the required templates and structure for implementation or management.
The Complete Privacy Toolkit Includes the following 30 resources:
1.File: 02 Data Warehouse Development Process.doc – Summary: One simple way of identifying what data objects are of most concern in your organization is to identify the subject of any existing or potential lists in the organization, such as a client list, a supplier list, an employee list, etc. Wordcount: 4712
2.File: Working with Data in the Cloud.docx – Summary: While there may be other issues than cost, such as privacy or portability, which discourage the use of public clouds, the benefits shown through these characteristics will often support the development of a private cloud within the organization’s control. Wordcount: 3664
3.File: 9781486476763_txt.pdf – Summary: As you may well already be aware, a number of high-profile experts (including those who work in or alongside some very well-known companies like Microsoft, Apple, Google, etc) are anticipating an industry-wide shift toward cloud computing at some very near point in the future; meaning, cloud technologies might replace the traditional IT model entirely. Wordcount: 46407
4.File: 01 Information Security Policy.doc – Summary:  Contractual Documentation Preparing Terms and Conditions of Employment Using Non-Disclosure Agreements (Staff and Third Party) Misuse of Organization Stationery Lending Keys to Secure Areas to Others Lending Money to Work Colleagues Complying with Information Security Policy Establishing Ownership of Intellectual Property Rights Employing/Contracting New Staff Contracting with External Suppliers/other Service Providers Employees’ Responsibility to Protect Confidentiality of Data Confidential Personnel Data Respecting Privacy in the Workplace Handling Confidential Employee Information Giving References on Staff Checking Staff Security Clearance Sharing Employee Information with Other Employees Sharing Personal Salary Information Personnel Information Security Responsibilities Using the Internet in an Acceptable Way Keeping Passwords/PIN Numbers Confidential Sharing Organization Information with Other Employees Signing for the Delivery of Goods Signing for Work done by Third Parties Ordering Goods and Services Verifying Financial Claims and Invoices Approving and Authorization of Expenditure Responding to Telephone Enquiries Sharing Confidential Information with Family Members Gossiping and Disclosing Information Spreading Information through the Office �Grape Vine’ Using E-Mail and Postal Mail Facilities for Personal Reasons Using Telephone Systems for Personal Reasons Using the Organization’s Mobile Phones for Personal Use Using Organization Credit Cards Playing Games on Office Computers Using Office Computers for Personal Use HR Management Dealing with Disaffected Staff Taking Official Notes of Employee Meetings Staff Leaving Employment Handling Staff Resignations Completing Procedures for Terminating Staff or Contractors Obligations of Staff Transferring to Competitors HR Issues Other Recommending Professional Advisors Wordcount: 3245
5.File: 01D Operational Security Policy.doc – Summary: To empower you in the creation process, this document provides some background information regarding the subject area, including considerations to be addressed within the policy itself; however, this is your policy and should reflect the goals, objectives, and guiding principles of your organization. Wordcount: 2980
6.File: Building an Effective Information Security Policy.doc – Summary: There are of course various different options and points to think over here, such as do you want it to be accessible to everyone or do you want to password protect it and/or put it on a specific server port, can the contents of the external site (extranet) be seen by or published to the outside world, maintenance of systems and content, etc. so I would recommend it to keep things as simple as possible. Wordcount: 13098
7.File: 02c EXAMPLE – Notre Dame Australia Policy – Email and Internet Usage.doc – Summary: The University has the right to record all staff and student Internet usage and monitor the email account or Internet browsing of any user for legitimate business reasons, including compliance with this policy, compliance with any applicable laws and industry regulations, and where there is reasonable suspicion of activities that may violate this policy. Wordcount: 712
8.File: 02d Workplace Email and Internet Use – Employees and Employers Beware.doc – Summary: As with most things in life, a commonsense approach to this issue minimizes the risks for all involved: employees must acknowledge that their employers can and will monitor their use of these two electronic means of communication to ensure that it is not excessive, inappropriate, or illegal, and employers must make all employees aware of their policies and procedures with respect to the Internet and e-mail, reviewing employee activity or quickly taking remedial action when those policies or procedures are violated. Wordcount: 7017
9.File: 02e Finance & Administration Agency Guide to Best Practice – Email & Internet Usage.doc – Summary: Employees should be aware that Internet usage and sites visited may be monitored by their employer and copies of all emails sent and received maybe recorded and stored in information systems hardware, even after the email is deleted. Wordcount: 1429
10.File: 03 Instant Messaging Use Policy.doc – Summary: The purpose of this document is to provide the <> with background information and considerations related to Instant Messaging Use policy with the intent of developing an effective policy within the service environment. Wordcount: 1111
11.File: 03a EXAMPLE Instant Messaging Policy.doc – Summary: Please talk to ABC’s compliance officer or chief information officer if you need a copy or have questions about ABC’s IM retention and deletion policies, practices, and procedures. Wordcount: 454
12.File: ThirtyTwo Instant Messaging Rules-Best Practices.docx – Summary: Your legal, compliance, and IT professionals should work together to determine where IM fits into the organization’s regulatory puzzle, and how a program that combines written policy, employee education, and enforcement technology (the three Es of IM risk management) can help ensure compliance and minimize costly IM-related disasters. Wordcount: 2611
13.File: Example Adams State College-Data Handling and Storage Policy.pdf – Summary: No primary records of any type belonging to Adams State College may be destroyed until they have met retention requirements established by ASC policies and public records law. Wordcount: 1958
14.File: Example-Uni of Massachusetts Records.pdf – Summary: Work with the Central Administrative Services and Campus records administrators to prepare and maintain a records management "manual" outlining procedures to: ensure the security of Original Records; protect irreplaceable or vital records from destruction; designate Official Records Custodians for new records; ensure that Original Records are organized in an efficient and accessible manner; ensure that Original Records are reviewed prior to disposal to determine whether they are archival records; transfer records, in whole or in part, from the Original Records Custodian to the appropriate archive; provide for periodic inventories of University Records; and assist campus departments in complying with these Standards and its Schedules. Wordcount: 5629
15.File: 01 Data Analytics.ppt – Summary: Normalizing Data – imposes regulatory and business standards on the data: ensures the data is in a usable format, organized, and deals with anomalies and false positives as required by procedure. Wordcount: 322
16.File: STA15500 ITSM Tool Requirements.doc – Summary: The information detailed in this document will be used to form part of the 1-Day workshop being delivered to Tourism MBF <>as an input into their final ITSM Tools Requirement document. Wordcount: 14194
17.File: Service Design Fact Sheet.doc – Summary: The Objective for ITSCM is to support the overall Business Continuity Management process by ensuring that the required IT technical and services facilities (including computer systems, networks, applications, telecommunications, technical support and Service Desk) can be recovered within required, and agreed, business timescales. Wordcount: 4113
18.File: security v4.doc – Summary: In addition, knowing what to do if there is a security problem has always been important, but until recently, it was assumed that employees and management would have time during a crisis to read their e-mail, attend emergency meetings and figure out what to do. Wordcount: 433
19.File: factsheets in progress.doc – Summary: As soon as the diagnosis is complete, and particularly where a workaround has been found (even though it may not be a permanent resolution), a Known Error Record must be raised and placed in the KEDB �so if further incidents or problems arise, they can be identified and the service restored more quickly. Wordcount: 15687
20.File: Service Catalog 2.doc – Summary: ACME IT personnel who provide this service will function as part of a development team and will be expected to provide work products as required by the development project and to complete their work as required by the project schedule. Wordcount: 7167
21.File: Trust Building & the Virtual Team.docx – Summary: Rather, in a virtual environment, trust in virtual teams and team members tends to be established � or not – right at the outset; first interactions of team members are crucial. Wordcount: 810
22.File: 01 Big Data Development Process.doc – Summary: A scope statement any bigger than half an A4 page may be too lengthy to read, lose the intended audience with detail, and not be clearly focused on answering the WHAT question for this process. Wordcount: 4823
23.File: 04 Data Analytics.ppt – Summary: Normalizing Data – imposing regulatory and business standards on the data—ensures the data is in a usable format, organized, and deals with anomalies and false positives as required by procedure. Wordcount: 384
24.File: IDC 2011 Study.pdf – Summary: And while cloud computing accounts for less than 2% of IT spending today, IDC estimates that by 2015 nearly 20% of the information will be "touched" by cloud computing service providers � meaning that somewhere in a byte’s journey from originator to disposal it will be stored or processed in a cloud. Wordcount: 4322
25.File: McKinsey Report.pdf – Summary: Data have become a torrent flowing into every area of the global economy.1 Companies churn out a burgeoning volume of transactional data, capturing trillions of bytes of information about their customers, suppliers, and operations. millions of networked sensors are being embedded in the physical world in devices such as mobile phones, smart energy meters, automobiles, and industrial machines that sense, create, and communicate data in the age of the Internet of Things.2 Indeed, as companies and organizations go about their business and interact with individuals, they are generating a tremendous amount of digital �exhaust data,� i.e., data that Wordcount: 70206
26.File: Example Case Study – Emergency Management Australia – Economic and Financial Aspects of Disaster Recovery.pdf – Summary: Multi-Agency Incident Management A Community and Personal Support Services A Managing the Floodplain A Flood Preparedness A Flood Warning A Flood Response A Emergency Management Planning for Floods Affected by Dams A Reducing the Community Impact of Landslides A Psychological Services: Emergency Managers’ Guide D Psychological Services: Mental Health Practitioners’ Guide D Economic and Financial Aspects of Disaster Recovery A Community Development D Gathering Community Information D Disaster Victim Identification R Wordcount: 11248
27.File: Example Case Study California Office – Disaster recovery plan doc for agencies instructions.pdf – Summary: 1.1 This section details the emergency response actions necessary immediately following the disaster including: protecting the health and safety of all personnel; gaining immediate emergency assistance from agency security, fire, police, hospitals, etc.; notifying agency staff that are members of an Emergency Management Team or Emergency Action Committee that a serious loss or interruption in service has occurred; and establishing a focal point for coordinating the response/recovery program, disseminating information and assembling personnel. Wordcount: 1687
28.File: 47 Gamification_Game Dynamics_Terms & Definitions.doc – Summary: Example: From Jane McGonical’s Ted Talk where she discusses Warcraft’s ongoing story line and �epic meaning� that involves each individual has motivated players to participate outside the game and create the second largest wiki in the world to help them achieve their individual quests and collectively their epic meanings. Wordcount: 2643
29.File: Example Gamification Privacy Policy.docx – Summary: However, when an affected registered user does not provide an email address, (COMPANY WEBSITE HERE) will not be able to notify the affected user in private email messages when it receives requests from law enforcement to disclose personally identifiable information about the user. Wordcount: 2662
30.File: Gamification Ideas, Examples and Options_ 145 page paper.docx – Summary: If a user has checked-in to a venue on more days (meaning only one check-in per day qualifies for calculating mayorship) than anyone else in the past 60 days, the check-ins are valid under Foursquare’s time and distance protocols, and they have a profile photo, they will be crowned "Mayor" of that venue, until someone else earns the title by checking in more times than the previous mayor. Wordcount: 56615
This toolkit includes a variety of electronic documents that provide a head start for the implementation, management, education and awareness for Privacy.
The kit is designed for those who need or are looking for awareness or skills, but simply don’t have time to develop the necessary templates and structure for the implementation.
The kit serves to act as a starting point. It will give you a clear path to travel. It is designed to be a valuable source of information and activities.
The Privacy toolkit:
1. Contains 30 ready to use documents covering the Preparing, Planning, Designing, Implementing, Operating and Optimizing of Privacy
2. Is scalable to any size and type of project or organization
3. Provides blueprints, templates and documents – ready to download and apply
4. Saves you time and budget
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