Industry Served: Government
Rose Solution: Privacy Mandate Compliance
Case Study Overview

Business Problem
Hiding of privacy data from public access via web pages, forms and reports.

Rose Value Proposition
The Rose staff suggested the use of a cross reference table that would hide the privacy data from the public, while still allowing customer personnel with a "need to know" requirement to legally access the data as needed.
Results
  • The customer was brought into compliance with the OMB mandate.
Industry Served: Government
Rose Solution: Privacy Mandate Compliance

Business Problem
The President's Office of Management and Budget (OMB) mandated that automated systems could no longer display privacy data on web pages, reports or forms, since they could be viewed by the public and identify theft could take place. The agency had reports that were generated through batch, on-line and their data warehouse that displayed this privacy data. Rose was tasked with correcting the problem, and hiding private information from the public and any agency personnel that did not require access to the privacy information in order to perform their duties.

Rose Value Proposition
The Rose team determined that the quickest and most effective solution was to create a cross reference table that would create an account number for existing records, and from which new account numbers would be created as new instances were added to the data. Security was enforced so that only administrative levels could access the privacy data, and all displays of the data, whether in hard copy reports, tapes or displayed on a screen, would display the account number.

Results
The solution was designed, developed, tested and implemented by the Rose team, and brought the agency into compliance with the OMB mandate.

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