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You probably have more personal data, in more systems, than you think.

There’s lots of guides on the internet to consent and so-forth, but relatively few that dive into hands-on implementation details. Often, legal teams possess a strong understanding of regulatory requirements and the goals of company operations, but they don’t share the same knowledge of systems and data movements implemented across marketing and sales.

Full article: You probably have more personal data, in more systems, than you think.

Top 10 operational responses to the GDPR: Data inventory and mapping

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in less than four months. Even with up to 70 percent of enterprises, globally, predicting they would be ready by the May 25, 2018, deadline, according to a study conducted by IAPP in late 2017, thousands of businesses, including many small-to-medium-sized enterprises, are still struggling to digest dozens of provisions of legislative text.

Source: Top 10 operational responses to the GDPR: Data inventory and mapping

GDPR Article 30 Record Keeping

GDPR introduces a number of challenging obligations for enterprises, ranging from data subject rights to consent management. One of the more labor-intensive obligations is the Article 30 requirement for processors and controllers of personal data to keep records of processing activity.

Source: GDPR Article 30 Record Keeping – BigID Blogs

Mapping Data Protection Strategies For The New Year

Today, we think of a comprehensive data protection strategy in terms of a well-balanced, two-pronged approach. We need to take preventative measures to protect our data from corruption, theft or loss. While at the same time, we are realists: If something is likely to happen during the year ahead, we take restorative measures as well so we can recover from the unforeseen calamity.

Source: Mapping Data Protection Strategies For The New Year

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