How To Continue Lawfully Using Historical Data Under The GDPR

GDPR, Pseudonymisation, Anonymization, Dynamic pseudonymisation, Mosaic Effect

Starting next year, everything companies historically have done with the oceans of data they amass and process each day will become illegal, absent new technical controls.

Jaclyn Jaeger

Editor at Compliance Week

 

This sentence, from the October edition of Compliance Week, has stirred up a firestorm of questions regarding legal rights to use “Historical Data” when the GDPR..

2 Alternatives to Consent for Big Data Analytics Under the GDPR

GDPR, Legitimate Interest, Consent

 

Under EU law, the right of “Protection of Personal Data” is an inalienable fundamental right that an individual cannot contract (or consent) away. Before the GDPR, having access to data was tantamount to having legal right to use the data. When the data was captured, individuals about whom the information pertains were asked to provide broad-based consent authorizing the..

5 Benefits of GDPR Pseudonymisation for Big Data Analytics

GDPR, Pseudonymisation, Anonymization, Dynamic pseudonymisation, Mosaic Effect

Big Data’s allure lays in the many applications made possible by the use of data. 

The GDPR introduces a new technical concept to enable all of these desirable applications-Pseudonymisation.

3 GDPR Compliant Strategies to Maximize the Value of Big Data Analytics

GDPR, Pseudonymised Data, De-Identified Data, Big Data Analytics, Anonymous Data

 

The benefits of complying with new GDPR technical and organisational requirements extend beyond merely avoiding liability under EU law. The tremendous potential of big data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning require organisational and technical measures to enable data handling to support maximum lawful data value extraction on a global basis...
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