Critical Building Blocks for GDPR Compliance

April 5, 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires a strong information governance (IG) foundation to enable organizations to identify where personal data exists and the risks associated with it. Achieving compliance is about effectively setting, managing and auditing data related policies and processes – how a business collects and uses data. Strong data governance will be key as will ensuring that policies and rules are enforced and monitored.

This session will focus on how Information Governance and Stewardship are critical for ongoing GDPR compliance and addresses key areas such as article 16, article 32 and more.

Join this webinar to learn more about how to:

  • Enforce governance policies through business processes
  • Automatically apply and enforce your data quality processes and controls on all data in all systems in your organization
  • Apply predictive processing and a guided experience through machine learning
  • Improve data quality as required by article 16 immediate remediation, and ensure rule bindings associated with personal data have a high priority

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