Ensuring Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Security Within U.S. Government Agencies

Ensuring Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Security Within U.S. Government Agencies


Safeguarding personally identifiable information (PII) in the possession of the government and preventing its breach are essential to ensure the government retains the trust of the American public.


Many different organizations collect personally identifiable information, ranging from hospitals and banks to apartment complexes and utility companies. However, government agencies are in a uniquely challenging position - mandated to simultaneously widely disseminate and strongly protect the information they collect. Safeguarding PII and remaining in compliance with government regulations is a difficult challenge made easier with database tools from Embarcadero Technologies.


This paper will discuss:


  • PII and the Federal Government
  • When PII is stored in a database - Auditing, Reporting, and Protecting
  • Finding and documenting databases with PII: ER/Studio
  • Validating database controls and streamlining PII storage: DSAuditor
  • Vendor:
    Embarcadero Technologies, Inc.
    27 Mar 2009
    27 Mar 2009
    9 Page(s)
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