Personally Identifiable Information Policy

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) can be made up of any data points that can be used to help identify a specific individual within your dataset.

Alight's policy is to not store any "Sensitive" personally identifiable information. The lists below depict the difference in PII and Sensitive PII.

PII includes:

  • Name
  • Email
  • Home Address
  • Phone Number

Sensitive PII includes:

  • If Stand-Alone
    • Social Security Number
    • Driver's License or State ID Number
    • Passport Number
    • Alien Registration Number
    • Financial Account Number
    • Bio-metric Identifiers
  • If Paired With Another Personal Identifier (including non-sensitive data points)
    • Citizenship or Immigration Status
    • Medical Information
    • Ethnic or Religious Affiliation
    • Sexual Orientation
    • Account Password
    • Last Four Digits of SSN
    • Date of Birth
    • Criminal History
    • Mother's Maiden Name

While the storing of non-sensitive identifiers is not against ChannelMix policy, it is discouraged when it can be avoided. This level of granularity is often unnecessary for analysis and reporting requirements.

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