CISA: Is personal information being disclosed without consent beyond permissible exceptions?

Collection, use, and disclosure of personal information by your organization obvious and the individual voluntarily provides the personal information for that purpose.

Certain Officer

The knowledge and consent of the individual are required for the collection, use, or disclosure of personal information, except where inappropriate. For instance, you cannot disclose or permit access to specific pieces of personal information if the disclosure or access would present a certain level of risk to the security of the personal information, your account with you or the security of your systems or networks, otherwise, when asking a person to give consent to search, it is the responsibility of the officer to determine certain things.

Personal Business

You have the right to request deletion of the personal information you have collected about you (subject to some exceptions), to comply with legal requirements and to run your business effectively, from time to time it is necessary for you to collect certain personal information. To say nothing of, (a) the need to ensure that information can be obtained about rules, regulations, decisions, etc.

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