In the IUIE, what is the Sensitive Data Indicator, and where will I find it?

The IUIE Sensitive Data Indicator ( The IUIE Sensitive Data Indicator ) appears in various areas of publishing and report access management in the IUIE. The definition of sensitive data typically includes Social Security, bank account, and credit card numbers, but may extend to other data; see What is sensitive data, and how is it protected by law? As it applies to the IUIE, do not confuse the Sensitive Data Indicator with FERPA or HIPAA restrictions. The Sensitive Data Indicator serves as a reminder to Data Managers that granting access will include this category of data.

The Sensitive Data Indicator may appear on the following pages:

  • Collection Catalog: The indicator will appear next to user groups in Collections that secure reports containing sensitive data. The IUIE Collection Catalog with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • Review [Collection] Access Requests page: The indicator appears next to the report name in the Review Access Request tab after you select it in Collections. The IUIE Review Access Requests page with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • Request Data Manager Approval page: The indicator will appear next to any approved user group for a report object that secures sensitive data. The IUIE Request Data Manager Approval page with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • Update Data Manager Approval page: Data Managers may reach this page either via a direct link from an email notification, or by clicking Edit Publishing Details and then Data Manager Approval. The indicator will appear next to approved user groups that have been designated as containing sensitive data. User groups awaiting approval will not have a sensitive data indicator, regardless of whether the group contains sensitive data or not; user groups will only inherit the indicator after they have been approved. All user group approvals should be thoroughly investigated by the approving Data Manager. The IUIE Update Data Manager Approval page with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • User Group List page: In the User Group tab, the indicator appears next to any user groups that secure reports containing sensitive data. The IUIE User Group List page with the  Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • User Group Maintenance page: The indicator and a message appear at the top of the User Group Edit page ( The User Group Edit icon ). The IUIE User Group Maintenance page with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • User Group Members page: The indicator and a message appear at the top of the User Group Members page ( The User Group Members icon ). The IUIE User Group Members page with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • User Group Report Object List: The indicator appears next to any report object that contains sensitive data on the User Group Report Object List page ( The User Group Report Object icon ). The IUIE User Group Report Object List with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • User Membership List page: The indicator appears next to user groups that the user is assigned to ( The User Group Members icon ). The IUIE User Membership List page with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted
  • User Report Object List page: The indicator appears next to report objects the user has access to that contain sensitive data ( The User Group Report Object icon ). The IUIE User Report Object List page with the Sensitive Data Indicator highlighted

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