Social Security Numbers Masked in MyEnroll360

Posted by BAS - 23 January, 2020

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The first 5-digits of an employee’s Social Security Number are masked when an employee is logged into MyEnroll360. When an employee wants to confirm that their masked SSN represents their actual SSN, the employee can use the Reveal link corresponding with the masked SSN to expose the complete 9-digit SSN. The employee is required to enter their 9-digit Social Security Number in the input box provided within the Reveal window. If the employee’s entry matches the stored Social Security Number, MyEnroll360 confirms a match. If the employee’s entry does not match the Social Security Number stored in MyEnroll360, MyEnroll360 confirms a mismatch. This confirmation process assures that if an employee leaves his or her computer unattended with Employee Home Page displayed and an unauthorized user attempts to reveal the masked SSN, that there would be no way for that individual to see the full SSN.

The Social Security Number Reveal window times out in two minutes, automatically (this will not affect the rest of the user’s session in MyEnroll360).

Topics: MyEnroll360 Security


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