PII Detection within Veritone Contact

In This Article

  • What is PII?

  • How will PII detection work?

  • Which PII data will be flagged?

  • How will potential PII detections appear to Officers & Reviewers?

Overview

Veritone Contact will inform Officers creating RIPA reports, and Reviewers who are reviewing these reports if data entered in any free text entry fields may contain potential PII. This will help ensure that PII data is not submitted to the DOJ.

What is PII?

PII is also known as Personally Identifiable Information. As RIPA Reports are meant to remain anonymous, it is important personal information does not get included in any RIPA Reports that are submitted to the DOJ.

How will PII Detection work?

When creating a RIPA Report and filling out the free text entry fields, such as the Description of the Stop or Description of the Search, Contact will search for any potential PII & highlight any data that is perceived to contain PII.

Which PII data will be flagged?

The following PII data will be flagged within Contact:

  • Person's Name (Common Names)

  • License Plate

  • CA Drivers License Number

  • URL

  • Email Address

  • US Social Security Number

  • IP Address

  • Phone Number

  • Zip Code

  • Street Address

  • Credit Card Number

How will potential PII detections appear to Officers?

If any potential PII data is found in the free text entry fields, the data will be highlighted and flagged to the Officer. The Officer will be able to hover over the highlighted text for a description of potential PII that was discovered:

How will potential PII detections appear to Reviewers?

If any potential PII data is found in the free text entry fields, the data will be highlighted and flagged to the Reviewer when they select the small report icon to the left of each report. The Officer will be able to hover over the highlighted text for a description of potential PII that was discovered:

For additional questions regarding PII Detection, please contact [email protected].

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