This GDPR White Paper will outline the requirements of GDPR, with a particular emphasis on GDPR compliance from the perspective of Data Management and the implications of GDPR on this process.
In essence, the GDPR legislation is an extension of existing Data Protection laws currently in place. This legislation will standardise how data is handled throughout companies, and will also place additional rights for a consumer on how a business may collect and process that data. This is an important piece of legislation for both EU and non-EU companies as it will cover any data a company will process or control in regards to EU citizens.
Some of the Data Management topics covered include:
- Data Profiling
- Data Quality
- Data Lineage
- Data Masking
- Test Data Management,
- Data Governance
- 360⁰ Customer Views
In addition to this, there will also be an effect on particular types of Data Processing, such as archival data processing and analytical data processing.
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