​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Identifiable Data or Personal Data


The data that alone or in combination with other data may reasonably be expected to identify an individual.


Identity and Access Management


A set of processes and supporting technologies that enable the creation, maintenance, use, and revocation of digital identity. 


Identity Management (IdM)


This is also known as identity and access management (IAM). It addresses access to the 'right IT services' at the 'right times' and for 'the right reasons' by the 'right entities' across variable technology environments and meeting compliance requirements.​
 

Identity Provider (IdP)


An institute that is able to obtain an identity from a store (e.g. Active Directory), authenticates this identity, and then passes the trusted identity to the servive provider in an agreed-upon way, typically through SAML or OpenID Connect.​


Impact analysis


Impact analysis on (new) proposed RDM policy.


Incidental Findings


A finding discovered in the course of clinical care or research concerning an individual that is beyond the aims of the clinical care or research.


Individual Research Results


A finding discovered in the course of research concerning an individual that relates to the aims of the research.
 

Individually Identifiable


Private Information or specimens to be individually identifiable as defined at 45 CFR 46.102(f) when they can be linked to specific individuals by the investigator(s) either directly or indirectly through coding systems. Conversely, OHRP considers private information or specimens not to be individually identifiable when they cannot be linked to specific individuals by the investigator(s) either directly or indirectly through coding systems.

See also: Private Information

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Infosheet Services Catalogue​ +


The information sheet of the LCRDM Services Catalogue that shows detailed information of a Service.


Information


Data that have already been interpreted, i.e. they have meaning in a specific context.


Ingestions


Load and map external data and metadata into Data Landing Zone of the workspace.


Interoperability


The ability of data or tools from non-cooperating resources to integrate or work together with minimal effort.
 

Investigator


Anyone involved in conducting a proposed research project. 


iRODS +


Open Source Data Management Software. For data virtualization, data discovery (adding metadata), workflow automation, and secure collaboration.​


IT service


Infrastructure- , application- or data service.​