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Posts tagged with data protection

Protecting personal Data

Governing Personal Data (and Why You Should Care)

Sharing economies break down data-barriers and make, in the process, previously hard-accessible-data more ‘shared’. No doubt the positive effects of this evolution are plenty, but what happens with personal data in the process? Isn’t ‘personal data’ the only data that makes us as individuals unique and which can (and should) be owned by the individuals…

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6 Typical GDRP & Data Governance Questions, Explained

6 Typical GDPR & Data Governance Questions, Explained

As you can imagine, GDPR is a hot topic with nearly every customer and prospect I talk to these days. And with the deadline to compliance less than a year away, it is no surprise that GDPR is being prioritized. In these discussions, there a number of recurring questions on how to approach the regulation…

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Adopting a Risk Based Approach to Comply with GDPR

How to Adopt the GDPR Risk Based Approach

Much has been discussed about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) since its release in April 2016. Since the impact of the regulation is far fetching and is not restricted to any particular sector, it will affect any organization treating Personally Identifiable Information in one way or another, regardless of the sector in which…

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How Data Governance Drives GDPR Compliance

How Data Governance Drives GDPR Compliance

The implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is intrinsically linked to a company’s data governance program. Numerous articles have linked to the two initiatives, but none so clearly as Dennis Slattery’s recent article on LinkedIn. The analogy of a wedding between Governance and Privacy is very fitting but also highlights a key factor: a successful long-term marriage is based on strong foundations and mutual effort or as Henry Ford put it: “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” So how do we make this a successful marriage?

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