Disposal of paper and other non-electronic media containing PHI Proper methods of disposal of paper and other non-electronic media containing PHI may include, but are not limited to: shredding, burning, pulping, or pulverizing the media so that PHI is rendered essentially unreadable, indecipherable, or otherwise cannot be reconstructed.
. Planning for data destruction is an integral part of a high quality data management program.
For paper records, disposal methods, such as tearing, burning, melting, chemical decomposition, pulping, pulverizing, shredding, or mutilation are acceptable. 1. .
Standards will be periodically reviewed.
S. If not properly purged from storage media, data could be reconstructed or retrieved. For paper records, disposal methods, such as tearing, burning, melting, chemical decomposition, pulping, pulverizing, shredding, or mutilation are acceptable.
5 billion networked devices in use by 2022, up from 18. “Electronic media” includes memory devices in laptops and computers (hard drives) and any removable, transportable digital memory media, such as magnetic tape or disk, backup medium, optical disk, flash.
Here is a brief guideline to the procedures that must be followed by UConn Health personnel or a bonded destruction service when disposing of information containing PHI and ePHI.
All disposal of PII will be done by authorized. .
For the purpose of this Guide, re-writeable media like hard discs, USB memory sticks, etc. A.
. 2. The scope of this policy applies to any electronic or physical media containing FBI CJI while being stored, accessed or physically moved from a secure location from within a University of Texas System Police facility.
. particular for persons handling and disposing personal data stored or captured on a physical medium. When disposing of PII the physical file should be shredded. Disposal of Electronic Media: Electronic storage media, such as CD. . 4.
That information may be on paper, optical, electronic or magnetic media.
After media are destroyed, they cannot be reused as originally intended.
On August 7, 2018, the HHS Office of Civil Rights (OCR) issued guidance on disposing of electronic devices and media 1.
2 of the CJIS Policy.
The scope of this SOP applies to any electronic or physical media containing FBI Criminal Justice Information (CJI) while being stored, accessed or physically moved from a secure.
Specifically, no device or storage media containing personally identifiable information or any data classified as Restricted, High, or Moderate can be transferred or disposed of.