Data privacy is a very complex topic, and most organisations struggle to manage the explosion of data across their corporate networks. What is considered Highly Sensitive, Sensitive, or Confidential is not always clearly defined and communicated. Common misconceptions lead to unintended download and management of sensitive data through tightly restricted access impeding the organisation’s ability to leverage the value of the data.
Join us for this three-part series on data privacy; from identifying the existence of privacy data across your corporate landscape. Developing an action plan to clean up the data through remediation and strengthening the Data Privacy Framework to increase automation and sustainability.
Additionally, understanding how solutions such as BigID aids organisation in understanding their Data Inventory Map (DIM), will help them to show compliance to the regulatory bodies such as GDPR, PDPC, among others.
Your Three-Part Series:
The first part will showcase how you can use a solution to automate the discovery of sensitive data across the corporate landscape providing the files and locations.
After privacy data is identified, what next and what does it mean for the organisation, do you go ahead and remove it, and what is the challenge around this? In this session, we'll interview data privacy and governance expert, David Mesman who will share his experiences and expertise.
This part interviews an organisation that has been through this journey covering the challenges and benefits of developing an action plan.
Sustainability is refining the data privacy framework to ensure roles and responsibilities are clear and defined, processes are repeatable and can be tested, and leveraging technology solutions to manage and highlight exceptions against standard processes.
Note: You can access all the on-demand sessions in the mid of April 2023.
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