The term privacy is a subjective term. There is not a single, universal definition for privacy. Instead of thinking about privacy as one definition, it is more useful to think about privacy as a concept that involves revealing details about individuals in some manner, along with controlling how that information is used and shared, and the access individuals have to the associated information. In many organizations the people responsible for privacy are completely separated from and in entirely different departments from the people responsible for security. Privacy enables patients to find out how their information may be used and what disclosures of their information have been made. Privacy enables consumers to find out how financial information is going to be protected and know that the people handling their information have been properly trained to protect their privacy.