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What type of information is approved to share in a Zoom meeting?

Using Zoom has a wide variety of purposes, but using it to share or discuss certain information with legal compliance issues can put the university at risk of fines, penalties, legal, other large costs, and national reputational damage.

Please remain aware of the types of information being shared when using Zoom. The university wants to make this tool as useful as possible and is working through processes to meet the requirements of its legal obligations.


Below is the current status of some of these data type obligations based on the Data Classification Page:

Student data (FERPA)APPROVED
Protected Health Information (PHI/HIPAA)NOT APPROVED at this time
(In Progress)
Credit Card information (PCI)NOT APPROVED
Bank Account information (GLBA)NOT APPROVED
Social Security Numbers (PIPA)NOT APPROVED
Driver's License Numbers (PIPA)NOT APPROVED
Biometric Data (PIPA)NOT APPROVED
Export Control (EAR/ITAR)NOT APPROVED
Government ClassifiedNOT APPROVED




Keywords:Zoom Use Case Disclaimer, legal use of zoom, compliance,   Doc ID:75088
Owner:Ed Z.Group:University of Illinois at Chicago ACCC
Created:2017-08-01 16:09 CDTUpdated:2020-05-05 11:55 CDT
Sites:University of Illinois at Chicago ACCC
CleanURL:https://answers.uillinois.edu/uic/zoom-disclaimer
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