Connecticut SB-650 is a state data privacy law which protects personally identifiable information. Connecticut SB-650 was signed into law June 8, 2005 and became effective January 1, 2006. The law applies to any person, business or agency that conducts business in Connecticut and owns or licenses unencrypted computerized data that includes personally identifiable information.

The regulation looks for at least one match to personally identifiable information, as defined through the following content blades:

  • Admittance and Discharge Dates

  • Birth and Death Certificates

  • Credit Card Numbers

  • Credit Card Track Data

  • Group Insurance Numbers

  • Health Plan Beneficiary Numbers

  • Healthcare Dictionaries

  • Medical History

  • Patient Identification Numbers

  • US Drivers License Numbers

  • US National Provider Identifiers

  • US Social Security Numbers