Phil Simon chimes in on a way to lock down data
@philsimon provides more thoughts about the opportunity that GDPR provides marketing departments.
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David Loshin says the hardest part of compliance is knowing if a data asset contains personal data, and ensuring you can protect it.
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@philsimon chimes in on a massive opportunity for organizations that process the data of EU residents.
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Todd Wright says the risk of fines for GDPR noncompliance may pale in comparison to the risk of reputation loss.
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What will 2018 unveil for the data management market? I searched expert opinions on technology trends for 2018 and matched them against my own to uncover the five major trends that I think we’ll see in data management this year: 1. Data movement becomes more important. Cloud providers have proven [...]
When we talk about consent management for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), one of the key considerations is “consent for a purpose.” It might have been sufficient in the past to provide a form with a single generic consent check box and store the fact that consent was [...]