User Bill of Rights for Sensitive Information and Privacy

Most business transactions and interactions between individuals and business are electronic

The primary reason that there needs to be a Bill of Rights for users it to protect their rights and recognize the responsibilities of the users and enterprises. As the Internet, on-line processing, Wi-Fi, mobile computing and other technologies modify the way in which people interact with "systems", new ways to do this will become more prevalent and more sensitive information will be potentially exposed to potential risks. .

That along with all of the new treats such as nation sponsored cyber-attacks and electronic identity theft are the impetus to clearly define a set of rules and responsibilities s-- the Bill of Rights of the user.  

No longer is it valid to have a privacy policy which is one sided and that does not protect the rights of the individual. Janco has defined a formal Bill of Rights and has implemented them in three of Janco's most popular products.

  • Sensitive Information Policy
  • CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle
  • Security Manual Template

The core document is the Sensitive Information Policy and it is contained in both the CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle and the Security Manual Template.

The Bill of Rights is a integral to the Sensitive Information Policy. The Bill of Rights needs the Sensitive Information Policy implemented, then and only then will it be a pragmatic functioning tool.

The Sensitive Information policy is part of the IT Infrastructure bundle and the Security Manual Template. The complete solution is to order the CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle and the Security Manual temple. The most cost effective is to order the CIO IT Infrastructure Policy Bundle with the electronic forms and the update service.