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Our Office Pods Provide Information Security & Compliance

Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Privileged Communication

Privacy Awareness & Ethics

Client Confidentiality

Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is a category of sensitive information that hackers can use against a person, or any nformation that can be used to uniquely identify, contact, or locate a single person.

The most common crimes where PII is used is fraud, identity theft, blackmail and stalking. PII should be accessed only on a strictly need-to-know basis and handled, stored and communicated with care.

Corporate IT departments, government offices and agencies, schools and universities, contractual obligations, and federal and state laws require appropriate protection of PII that is not publicly available. These regulations apply to PII stored or transmitted via any type of media: electronic, paper, microfiche, and even verbal communication.

Verbal Communication

Hollywood Pods helps establish a framework for the protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) by providing soundproof pods. Office phone booths and meeting pods protect the disclosure and sharing of your verbal communication (meetings, phone and video calls, conversations, etc.) and provides a solution to the lack of information security and confidentiality.

Office pods increase the sensitivity level of the information a company handles. They strengthen the security of how a company verbally collects, retains and restricts its information between customers, clients, partners, corporate headquarters and government agencies.

Privacy, Security & Confidentiality

The number one rule of confidentiality is don't talk in public spaces. Even in private spaces, like an office, private information can be overheard by unassociated people or third parties. Only people on a need-to-know basis should be involved in any private communication.

Office pods make clients and partners more comfortable sharing sensitive information and confidential business communications, and having a privacy pod in the office builds credibility and shows that your business is taking steps to secure privacy and communication.

Law firms, convention centers, correctional facilities, police stations, investment firms, accountants, hotels and banks all understand the necessity of protecting personal and legal information. The consequences of a data breach can affect a client's legal outcome, damage an organization's reputation, or ruin a customer's financial life. Office pods are not only a simple solution to these problems, but they are also a way to increase an organization's reputation, trust and reliability.

Conditions for Confidentiality of Privileged Communication

There are conditions that must be met in order to preserve the confidential status of these communications.

  • The communication must be between people in a legally recognized protected relationship.
  • The communication must take place in a private setting, where the communicators have a reasonable expectation of confidentiality (like an office pod).
  • The privileged status of the communication is lost if or when the communication is shared with a third party that is not part of the protected relationship.

Privileged Communication

Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Client Confidentiality

Privacy Awareness & Ethics

Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is a category of sensitive information that hackers can use against a person, or any nformation that can be used to uniquely identify, contact, or locate a single person.

The most common crimes where PII is used is fraud, identity theft, blackmail and stalking. PII should be accessed only on a strictly need-to-know basis and handled, stored and communicated with care.

Corporate IT departments, government offices and agencies, schools and universities, contractual obligations, and federal and state laws require appropriate protection of PII that is not publicly available. These regulations apply to PII stored or transmitted via any type of media: electronic, paper, microfiche, and even verbal communication.

Verbal Communication

Hollywood Pods helps establish a framework for the protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) by providing soundproof pods. Office phone booths and meeting pods protect the disclosure and sharing of your verbal communication (meetings, phone and video calls, conversations, etc.) and provides a solution to the lack of information security and confidentiality.

Office pods increase the sensitivity level of the information a company handles. They strengthen the security of how a company verbally collects, retains and restricts its information between customers, clients, partners, corporate headquarters and government agencies.

Privacy, Security & Confidentiality

The number one rule of confidentiality is don't talk in public spaces. Even in private spaces, like an office, private information can be overheard by unassociated people or third parties. Only people on a need-to-know basis should be involved in any private communication.

Office pods make clients and partners more comfortable sharing sensitive information and confidential business communications, and having a privacy pod in the office builds credibility and shows that your business is taking steps to secure privacy and communication.

Law firms, convention centers, correctional facilities, police stations, investment firms, accountants, hotels and banks all understand the necessity of protecting personal and legal information. The consequences of a data breach can affect a client's legal outcome, damage an organization's reputation, or ruin a customer's financial life. Office pods are not only a simple solution to these problems, but they are also a way to increase an organization's reputation, trust and reliability.

Conditions for Confidentiality of Privileged Communication

There are conditions that must be met in order to preserve the confidential status of these communications.

  • The communication must be between people in a legally recognized protected relationship.
  • The communication must take place in a private setting, where the communicators have a reasonable expectation of confidentiality (like an office pod).
  • The privileged status of the communication is lost if or when the communication is shared with a third party that is not part of the protected relationship.