Covered Data definition

Covered Data has the meaning set forth in Section 12.07(1).
Covered Data means information collected by a UAS that identifies a particular person. If data collected by UAS likely will not be linked to an individual’s name or other personally identifiable information, or if the data is altered so that a specific person is not recognizable, it is not covered data.
Covered Data means data about Assets, including Critical Infrastructure Data and GIS Data provided under this Agreement. Covered Data includes both real-time data and Derived Data. Covered Data does not include data that was publicly available when received, or thereafter became publicly available (other than through unauthorized disclosure).

Examples of Covered Data in a sentence

  • Supabase will implement and maintain appropriate technical and organisational data protection and security measures designed to ensure security of Covered Data, including, without limitation, protection against unauthorised or unlawful Processing and against accidental loss, destruction, or damage of or to Covered Data.

  • Where Customer directs Supabase to Process Covered Data in a specific geographical region, Supabase shall ensure that such Covered Data is stored and primarily Processed in that region unless otherwise required to comply with Customer's additional instructions, applicable law or as necessary to provide Services requested by Customer.

  • Supabase will promptly notify Customer and, where applicable, Customer's Controller of any request received by Supabase or any Authorised Sub-processor from a Data Subject to assert their rights in relation to Covered Data under Applicable Data Protection Laws (a " Data Subject Request").

  • This DPA supplements and (in case of contradictions) supersedes the Agreement with respect to any Processing of Covered Data.

  • Save with respect to any Processing of Usage Data for the Controller Purposes, Supabase shall only Process Covered Data on behalf of and under the instructions of Controller and in accordance with Applicable Data Protection Laws.


More Definitions of Covered Data

Covered Data means all information required to be protected under the Gramm-Leach- Bliley Act ("GLB Act"). "Covered data" also refers to financial information that the University, as a matter of policy, has included within the scope of this Information Security Program. Covered data includes information obtained from a student in the course of offering a financial product or service, or such information provided to the University from another institution. "Offering a financial product or service" includes offering student loans, receiving income tax information from a current or prospective student’s parents as a part of a financial aid application, offering credit or interest bearing loans, and other miscellaneous financial services. Examples of student financial information relating to such products or services are addresses, phone numbers, bank and credit card account numbers, income and credit histories and social security numbers. "Covered data" consists of both paper and electronic records that are handled by the University or its affiliates.
Covered Data means (i) non-public personal financial information about a Customer and (ii) any list, description, or other grouping of Customers (and publicly available information pertaining to them) that is derived using any non-public personal financial information. Examples of Covered Data include bank and credit card account numbers, income and credit histories, tax returns and social security numbers and lists of public information such as names, addresses and telephone numbers derived in whole or in part from personally identifiable financial information (e.g., names of students with outstanding loans). Covered Data is subject to the protections of GLBA, even if the Customer ultimately is not awarded any financial aid or provided with a credit extension.
Covered Data means the information that is being shared by the jurisdiction with each relevant platform as further described in Appendices A–D, but that is generally categorized into four primary datasets: the IIS data (coming directly from an IIS or through VAMS), the DCH data, the IZ Data Lake data, and the Tiberius data. HHS and CDC acknowledge that the Covered Data to which each agency will have access is the minimum amount of information necessary to accomplish public health or emergency response needs. A list of Covered Data elements for each dataset is provided in Appendices A–D. Covered Data may be used by Authorized Users within the parameters set forth in this DUA. The data elements listed in Appendices A–D will be updated periodically as more information on COVID-19 immunization is available. The overall DUA will remain unaffected by subsequent updates to the Appendices; jurisdictions will be notified of any such updates as soon as practicable and be afforded an opportunity to coordinate with HHS and CDC on implementation of the updates. Appendices A–D also provide the mode and method of secure transmission of the data from the jurisdiction’s IIS or similar system(s) directly to the DCH; from the DCH to the IZ Data Lake; and from the IZ Data Lake to Xxxxxxxx. This information includes the potential availability and use of a privacy-preserving record linkage (PPRL) tool, which may be made available by HHS or CDC, either directly or by and through a contractor (Appendix E). Of note, data entering the DCH through the Immunization (IZ) Gateway will be governed by agreements between the IIS jurisdiction and the Association for Public Health Laboratories (APHL).
Covered Data means Personal Data shared by Customer or a Customer Affiliate in relation to the provision of the Services. “Data Subject” means a natural person whose Personal Data is part of the Covered Data.
Covered Data means information, including derived data and unique identifiers, that identifies or is linked or reasonably linkable, alone or in combination with other information, to an individual or a device that identifies or is linked or reasonably linkable to an individual; provided, however, that “covered data” does not include—
Covered Data means all information required to be protected under the GLB Act. The data includes information obtained from a customer and employee in the course of offering a financial product or service, or such information provided to the College from another institution. Examples of financial information relating to such products or services are bank and credit card account numbers, income and credit histories, social security numbers, student loan information, income tax information from a current or prospective student as a part of a financial aid application, and billing account financial information. Covered data consists of both paper and electronic records that are handled by the College or its affiliates.