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5 new Authority Documents have been added to the UCF

October 19, 2017

Montana Code Annotated Title 2., Chapter 6., Part 15., Sections 2-6-1501 to 1503
AD ID: 2881
Status: Released
Availability: Free
Citation Format: § (Legal)
Document Type: Montana Code Annotated Title 2., Chapter 6., Part 15., Sections 2-6-1501 to 1503
Originator: Montana State Legislature
Parent Category: North America
Effective Date: Not Defined
Language: eng

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This Authority Document has 39 citations mapped to 25 UCF Common Control IDs. The document as a whole was last reviewed and released on 2017-10-17.

Percent (%) of Citations with multiple mandates: 9.1%

Percent (%) of terms that were non-standard: 0.00% The number of non-standard terms doesn't affect UCF users as the UCF team have already mapped those terms to standard terms in the Compliance Dictionary.

Percent (%) of terms mapped into the AD's glossary: 0% Primary verbs and nouns not mapped into an AD's glossary can point to the AD's authors not paying attention to the definitions of their terms.

Percent (%) of terms where fewer than 5 other ADs referenced the term: 10.3% Any term in this category is not very widely used by the rest of the compliance community and therefore will more than likely need to be further investigated for any implications it might bring.

Percent (%) of mandates where only 1 to 5 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 0% Mandates that aren’t widely called for will take longer to implement than mandates that are more familiar.

Number of mandates where 0 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 0% These mandates are only called for by this AD, making them particularly thorny to implement, as this AD is the "lone wolf" in asking for them to be followed.


Georgia Code Title 46, Chapter 5, Article 6, Section 46-5-214, Action in event of telephone record security breach; notification to Georgia residents; law enforcement exception; violations shall be unfair or deceptive practice in consumer transactions
AD ID: 2882
Status: Released
Availability: Free
Citation Format: § (Legal)
Document Type: Georgia Code Title 46, Chapter 5, Article 6, Section 46-5-214, Action in event of telephone record security breach; notification to Georgia residents; law enforcement exception; violations shall be unfair or deceptive practice in consumer transactions
Originator: Georgia General Assembly
Parent Category: North America
Effective Date: Not Defined
Language: eng

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This Authority Document has 6 citations mapped to 4 UCF Common Control IDs. The document as a whole was last reviewed and released on 2017-10-16.

Percent (%) of Citations with multiple mandates: 20%

Percent (%) of terms that were non-standard: 0.00% The number of non-standard terms doesn't affect UCF users as the UCF team have already mapped those terms to standard terms in the Compliance Dictionary.

Percent (%) of terms mapped into the AD's glossary: 0% Primary verbs and nouns not mapped into an AD's glossary can point to the AD's authors not paying attention to the definitions of their terms.

Percent (%) of terms where fewer than 5 other ADs referenced the term: 0% Any term in this category is not very widely used by the rest of the compliance community and therefore will more than likely need to be further investigated for any implications it might bring.

Percent (%) of mandates where only 1 to 5 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 0% Mandates that aren’t widely called for will take longer to implement than mandates that are more familiar.

Number of mandates where 0 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 0% These mandates are only called for by this AD, making them particularly thorny to implement, as this AD is the "lone wolf" in asking for them to be followed.


Connecticut General Statutes, Title 4e, Chapter 62a, Section 4e-70, Requirements for state contractors who receive confidential information
AD ID: 2883
Status: Released
Availability: Free
Citation Format: § (Legal)
Document Type: Connecticut General Statutes, Title 4e, Chapter 62a, Section 4e-70, Requirements for state contractors who receive confidential information
Originator: Connecticut General Assembly
Parent Category: North America
Effective Date: 2015-07-01
Language: eng

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This Authority Document has 59 citations mapped to 46 UCF Common Control IDs. The document as a whole was last reviewed and released on 2017-10-16.

Percent (%) of Citations with multiple mandates: 31.3%

Percent (%) of terms that were non-standard: 0.00% The number of non-standard terms doesn't affect UCF users as the UCF team have already mapped those terms to standard terms in the Compliance Dictionary.

Percent (%) of terms mapped into the AD's glossary: 0% Primary verbs and nouns not mapped into an AD's glossary can point to the AD's authors not paying attention to the definitions of their terms.

Percent (%) of terms where fewer than 5 other ADs referenced the term: 15.3% Any term in this category is not very widely used by the rest of the compliance community and therefore will more than likely need to be further investigated for any implications it might bring.

Percent (%) of mandates where only 1 to 5 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 0% Mandates that aren’t widely called for will take longer to implement than mandates that are more familiar.

Number of mandates where 0 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 0% These mandates are only called for by this AD, making them particularly thorny to implement, as this AD is the "lone wolf" in asking for them to be followed.


Montana Code Annotated Title 33, Chapter 19, Part 3, Section 33-19-321
AD ID: 2893
Status: Released
Availability: Free
Citation Format: § (Legal)
Document Type: Montana Code Annotated Title 33, Chapter 19, Part 3, Section 33-19-321
Originator: Montana State Legislature
Parent Category: North America
Effective Date: Not Defined
Language: eng

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This Authority Document has 19 citations mapped to 14 UCF Common Control IDs. The document as a whole was last reviewed and released on 2017-10-16.

Percent (%) of Citations with multiple mandates: 20%

Percent (%) of terms that were non-standard: 0.00% The number of non-standard terms doesn't affect UCF users as the UCF team have already mapped those terms to standard terms in the Compliance Dictionary.

Percent (%) of terms mapped into the AD's glossary: 0% Primary verbs and nouns not mapped into an AD's glossary can point to the AD's authors not paying attention to the definitions of their terms.

Percent (%) of terms where fewer than 5 other ADs referenced the term: 5.3% Any term in this category is not very widely used by the rest of the compliance community and therefore will more than likely need to be further investigated for any implications it might bring.

Percent (%) of mandates where only 1 to 5 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 0% Mandates that aren’t widely called for will take longer to implement than mandates that are more familiar.

Number of mandates where 0 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 0% These mandates are only called for by this AD, making them particularly thorny to implement, as this AD is the "lone wolf" in asking for them to be followed.


New York Codes, Rules and Regulations, Title 23, Chapter 1, Part 500 Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies
AD ID: 2895
Status: Released
Availability: Free
Citation Format: § (Legal)
Document Type: New York Codes, Rules and Regulations, Title 23, Chapter 1, Part 500 Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies
Originator: New York Department of Financial Services
Parent Category: North America
Effective Date: 2017-03-01
Language: eng

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This Authority Document has 130 citations mapped to 96 UCF Common Control IDs. The document as a whole was last reviewed and released on 2017-10-18.

Percent (%) of Citations with multiple mandates: 38.2%

Percent (%) of terms that were non-standard: 0.00% The number of non-standard terms doesn't affect UCF users as the UCF team have already mapped those terms to standard terms in the Compliance Dictionary.

Percent (%) of terms mapped into the AD's glossary: 1.4% Primary verbs and nouns not mapped into an AD's glossary can point to the AD's authors not paying attention to the definitions of their terms.

Percent (%) of terms where fewer than 5 other ADs referenced the term: 33.1% Any term in this category is not very widely used by the rest of the compliance community and therefore will more than likely need to be further investigated for any implications it might bring.

Percent (%) of mandates where only 1 to 5 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 100% Mandates that aren’t widely called for will take longer to implement than mandates that are more familiar.

Number of mandates where 0 other ADs mapped to the Common Control: 2.3% These mandates are only called for by this AD, making them particularly thorny to implement, as this AD is the "lone wolf" in asking for them to be followed.