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For context, user record count includes any incident in which an individual's name plus critical identifier like Social Security number, drivers license number, medical record or financial record is expose, but IT does include records which expose usernames, emails and passwords without involving sensitive personal identifying information This would drive total record number even higher. While some of this information was exposed by hackers accessing databases or physical theft of unencrypted data or devices, others were exposed through subcontractors or employee error, specifically involving phishing attacks or allowing their access information to fall into wrong hands. The Identity Theft Resource Center report lists a number of examples, including a phishing attack on hospitals resulting in four staff email accounts being compromise. Such email accounts could be used to reset passwords in related systems to access protect data. In another case, company was victim of an email spoofing attack, in which employees provide information to whom they believe to be the CEO, when in fact, IT was a malicious third party. At large data storage company, employees were tricked into providing Social Security numbers and other personal data through phishing attacks as well. These types of breaches are damaging when they occur with partner or employee data, but they can be devastating when they occur with customer data. In 2013, Targets Data breach of 40 million credit and debit card numbers, plus 70 million customer records, resulted in a fine of 252 million. For company like Target, this isnt crippling sum, but financial penalty could be a major burden for smaller organization. And even if financial information is expose, customer relationships will be damaged when customers no longer trust organization to be good steward of their data. So - how does scoped Access help? The more people who need or use data, more exposure to the possibility of unintentional data leaks. Scoped Access helps by ensuring that only a minimum level of data is available to each individual. Support, marketing, technical and administrative employees in organization access Customer Data for different reasons. As support person, employee may need to access customer login information to assist users who are trying to log in, or provide information to them about their account data. To this end, support person should be able to see information they need to to support customer. A support person should not, however, have access to password information for user,ss but instead is able to trigger password reset flow that requires users to validate their identity. This approach protects support person from phishing techniques discussed above, where data is provided to malicious party masquerading as someone entitled to data. For all other data, it is always preferable for support person to facilitate users ' ability to self - authenticate and manage data, rather than providing direct access to data itself.

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Data Governance

Data Governance is overall management of data availability, relevancy, usability, integrity and security in enterprise. The Data Governance platform with integrated data catalog can help your organization find, curate, analyze, prepare and share data. You can keep enterprise data govern and help protect IT against misuse. Data Governance solutions from IBM are vital to DataOps. These solutions help to ensure that the data pipeline is ready to help catalog, protect and govern sensitive data, to trace data lineage, and to manage data lakes. Be ready to deploy AI and machine learning at scale. Read report on intelligent Governance for your Data lake

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Organization scoped data sets

In Oracle Identity Manager, root of organizational hierarchy is represented by the Top Organization. Top Organization is the predefined organization that is available in Oracle Identity Manager. By default, every organization in Oracle Identity Manager extends from the top organization. Oracle Identity Manager provides organizational - level scoping mechanism for delegated administration and data security of various entities. This is achieved by following: User's admin role membership in organizations: User is assigned permission over Organization by assigning admin role in that Organization Scope. Entities available in organizations: Data is secure by confining its availability only to a set of organizations. The process of making data available in Organization Scope is referred to as publishing. User is allowed to perform operations on an entity as assigned by the user's admin roles, if those roles are published to organization and the entity is published to the same organization.

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DATA MATURITY FRAMEWORK

Haynes outlines three elements of data projects that project leaders must develop prior to implementation: problem definition, data readiness, and organizational readiness. Dsapp uses Data Maturity Framework to inform these three areas. In terms of problem definition, Haynes recommends project leaders start by asking about core business problems to address the question what is keeping the Mayor up at night? Regarding readiness, Data Maturity Framework offers scorecards, outlined below, that DSSG uses to assess and improve data, technology and organizational readiness. According to the scorecard, organizations leading in data and technology readiness would store data that is machine readable, in standard open format, available through API, and collect in real - time without errors or missing information. Regarding organizational readiness, leading organization would have a culture of data, and would have policies in place for use, transfer, and sharing of data internally and externally. To learn more, organizations can download DSaPP team's Framework materials HERE, and can complete their Data Maturity Framework survey HERE.

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PROBLEM FORMULATION

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ApproachAdvantagesDisadvantages
Narrative reviewEvidence based Provides a synthesis or description of the literature Can be less time- and labor-intensive compared with systematic review May be broader in scope Increased flexibilityLimited transparency Variable rigor No standardized guidelines for conduct Lack quantitative synthesis High potential for low methodological quality and bias Rarely employ peer-reviewed methods Typically lacks pre-defined review criteria
Systematic reviewEvidence based Guidelines for conduct are available Hypothesis driven Protocol based Pre-defined review criteria Often includes duplicate curation of evidence May provide quantitative data synthesis, such as meta-analysis Can reduce bias and increase transparency and reproducibilityCan be time and labor intensive, especially with well-studied chemicals Often requires larger review teams with expertise in systematic review More narrow scope Can be difficult to combine the findings of different studies that use different animal models, end points, assessment methods, etc. Methods for mechanistic data are often lacking

Dods objective was to develop OEL for Trichloroethylene. Give large amount of data on chemistry Agency does not conduct completely new toxicological review but uses Assessment of TCE conducted by US Environmental Protection Agency for its Integrated Risk Information System Program to identify older literature, and conducts its own literature searches to identify newer studies. The committee agreed that this was the practical approach, but it was difficult to understand from the presentation of evidence how DOD concluded that TCE could produce toxic effects on the nervous system, liver, kidney, immune system, reproductive system and developing fetus. A more transparent method of documenting this process would have been facilitated by inclusion of an evidence table or map that provides descriptive or visual summary of data availability from EPA Assessment or formal scoping exercise. Evidence tables or maps help to identify data - rich subjects on which reviews might be conducted and identify data gaps that might need to be addrest before conducting hazard Assessment. Alternatively, more formal scoping review may be considered at this stage, particularly when systematic review is plan. Problem formulation is a process of defining the scope of a problem, formulating one or more specific questions about it, and establishing assessment methods needed to address questions. Problem formulation should also lead to development of clear eligibility criteria and identification of methods to be used for data management and extraction. Several National Academies reports have provided guidance on problem formulation steps in decision - making. Important elements in problem formulation include specifying the agent of concern, relevant routes of exposure, health end point to be evaluate, and types of evidence that will be consider. Evidence for hazard assessments may come from human studies, animal studies, and mechanistic 2 studies. Each form of evidence has its own inherent strengths and weaknesses that need to be consider. As mentioned earlier, problem formulation can applied to many types of reviews. Dod recognizes the importance of problem formulation in its process for deriving OEL for TCE. Indeed, first step in its process is defined as Develop problem formulation criteria, which suggest DODs ' intent to perform systematic review. The primary goal of problem formulation is development of review question. Properly formulated questions are important in designing literature search strategy and setting eligibility criteria for screening literature. Defining specific review questions is especially useful for data - rich chemicals like TCE. An example of a focused review question that could be Develop for TCE hazard Assessment is: does developmental exposure to TCE result in cardiotoxicity? Draft document review by committee does not explicitly present review questions to be addrest by study. Developing explicit review questions will strengthen TCE hazard Assessment, improve transparency, and increase process efficiency.

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Application scope

For web application to use bean that inject another bean class, bean needs to be able to hold state over the duration of users ' interaction with the application. The way to define this state is to give bean scope. You can give object any of the scopes described in Table 28 - 1, depending on how you are using it. The first three scopes are defined by both JSR 299 and the JavaServer face API. The last two are defined by JSR 299. All predefined scopes except Dependent are contextual scopes. Cdi places beans of contextual scope in context whose lifecycle is defined by Java EE specifications. For example, session context and its beans exist during the lifetime of HTTP session. Injected references to beans are contextually aware. References always apply to bean that is associated with context for thread that is making reference. Cdi container ensure that objects are created and injected at the correct time as determined by the scope that is specified for these objects. You can also define and implement custom scopes, but that is an advanced topic. Custom scopes are likely to be used by those who implement and extend CDI specification. Scope gives object well - defined lifecycle context. A Scoped object can be automatically created when it is needed and automatically destroyed when the context in which it was created ends. Moreover, its state is automatically shared by any clients that execute in the same context. Java EE components, such as servlets and Enterprise beans, and JavaBeans components do not by definition have well - defined scope. These components are one of following: singletons, such as Enterprise JavaBeans singleton beans, whose state is shared among all clients. Stateless Objects, such as servlets and Stateless session beans, which do not contain client - visible state objects that must be explicitly created and destroyed by their client, such as JavaBeans components and stateful session beans, whose state is share by explicit reference passing between clients if, however, you create Java EE component that is manage bean, it become scoped object, which exist in well - define lifecycle context. Web applications for Printer bean will use a simple request and response mechanism, so managed beans can be annotate as follow: beans that use session, application, or conversation scope must be serializable, but beans that use request scope do not have to be serializable.

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