Big Data Needs BigPrivacy: How to Legally Process, Use and Share Data Around the Globe to Avoid the Facebook Backlash

Tags: GDPR, Pseudonymisation, Anonymization, Dynamic pseudonymisation, Mosaic Effect

The Facebook data scandal involves alleged harvesting and misuse of personal data for improper purposes. The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data scandal is a watershed moment that leaves many organizations wondering whether they can continue to collect, use and share personally identifying data for research/academic purposes and commercial/data analysis purposes.

The answer..

5 Steps to Enable Compliant Analytics

Tags: GDPR, Pseudonymisation, Anonymization, Dynamic pseudonymisation, Mosaic Effect

 

Step #1: Your Company is Not Alone, Unless...

Your company is not alone in its desire to engage in advanced analytics, data sharing, AI, and migration to the cloud. But, data uses are evolving faster than the capabilities of traditional privacy and security controls. You must technically enforce policy controls at the data element level or your company will be left alone..

How To Continue Lawfully Using Historical Data Under The GDPR

Tags: 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..

Five Stages of GDPR Adjustment

Tags: Pseudonymisation, legal basis, data protection by default, controlled linkable data, proportionality

 

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