Human error can cause issues with data subject access request responses that can lead to data incidents. With automation, you reduce the chance of error and can focus on other privacy issues.
Choosing a privacy tool is incredibly important. You want to be compliant with privacy regulations and handle your data properly. Here are 4 tips to help you choose a privacy tool.
Learn how you can leverage your GDPR preparation activities to handle Individual Rights Management under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
The GDPR Portal was created as a resource for people are looking for information or additional resources regarding the upcoming changes. It also provides more clarity around the difference between the previous EU Directive and updated GDPR.
Review this helpful guide that outlines the basics of the changes that will be coming with the new GDPR. It outlines some of the key terms, concepts and rules that organizations need to know as they prepare for the compliance deadline.
Alan Calder, the Founder of IT Governance, outlines from a more technical perspective the details around compliance for organizations as they work on establishing compliant data collection and risk management processes.
The International Association of Privacy Professionals shares a checklist from the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office highlighting the twelve steps organizations should take to begin preparing now for the GDPR.
The GDPR Awareness Coalition is a non-profit, fixed-term initiative run by volunteer ambassadors. The coalition was developed to increase awareness of the data privacy obligations for organizations as a result of the recent legislation changes and impending changes.
Scott Brinker with the Chief Marketing Technologist Blog looks at how marketing efforts will be impacted by the GDPR. He provides four recommendations on how organizations can prepare.
SAS provides five steps for organizations to take to prepare for sustainable GDPR compliance, those being Access, Identify, Govern, Protect and Audit. This provides a good foundation for reevaluating personal data capture within the GDPR requirements.
IDG CSO interviews Gary Southwell, VP and GM of the Products Division at CSPI, to gain expert insights about some of the major hurdles organizations face due to the GDPR. They also outline important information regarding fines, timelines and the importance of compliance.
Digital Guardian breaks out the key changes in data privacy for consumers, what each article means for data regulations and provides some resources for organizations to ensure compliance by the May 25, 2018 deadline.
Information Management provides a detailed guide on how to evaluate your organization’s current data privacy management and make improvements in order to meet the GDPR compliance requirements.