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Reimagining Data Governance:
GDPR - The Gloves are off (2/3)

As part of the 'Re-imagining Data Governance - The Key to Privacy by Design' Series

Recent announcements from the Information Commissioner’s Office are a crystal-clear indicator that any “honeymoon period” around GDPR fines and enforcement is clearly over. There is now clear intent to enforce significant penalties when customer data is found to have been compromised. This webinar will look at how you can quickly remove customer data completely from vulnerable Testing and Development systems, and thereby remove any associated concerns associated with breach risk when this data is shared with business partners or moved offshore. We will also look at how production applications can implement a second tier of security around sensitive customer data, and strictly limit who is given visibility in the user community.

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These approaches to securing and limiting access to customer data should be key elements within your overall GDPR Intelligent Data Privacy strategy, and in this webinar we will revisit how effective data governance enables stakeholders to focus on their operational objectives, confident in the knowledge that critical compliance requirements are embedded in their core business data flows and architecture.