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Connecticut Requires Employers to Safeguard Employee Social Security Numbers and Other Private Information

Effective October 1, 2008, Connecticut employers must limit physical and electronic access to employees’ Social Security Numbers and other “personal information” from unnecessary disclosure. Personal information includes: driver’s license numbers, state ID card numbers, credit or debit card numbers, passport numbers, alien registration umbers, health insurance ID numbers, and other identifying data. Employers must also adopt a privacy policy relative to such personal information and must openly post the policy. As a sign of the times, posting includes placing the policy on the employer’s website. The new law is called “An Act Concerning the Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers.”

Brody and Associates regularly advises management on complying with state and federal employment laws including privacy laws. If we can be of assistance in this area, please contact us at info@brodyandassociates.com or (203) 965-0560.