GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is only a year away, and many organisations are still trying to understand what this new regulation means to them, and their data governance practices.
Join us for the third in a series of webinars which focus on how organisation's can begin to action GDPR - this short session is all about data privacy by de-identifying, de-sensitizing and anonymizing sensitive data with Informatica’s Data Masking tools.
In the context of GDPR, Data Masking tackles several critical requirements by protecting and preserving the privacy of customer/employee data. Persistent Masking creates ‘Pseudonymised data’ which replaces the original sensitive data with new values, but critically retaining both contextually and referentially integrity. Alternatively, for production environments Dynamic Masking preserves the original data format, but strictly limits who can see the data. This control of access to sensitive data is essential under GDPR, as a breach of sensitive data can also be deemed to have taken place if employees without business processing cause have access to and visibility of that data.
Increasingly Data Masking is also becoming the best practice approach to enacting “The Right to Erasure”, in this session we will discuss why this is the case, and how this approach to Erasure contrasts with a Data removal approach.
This session will cover:
- Persistent & Dynamic Data Masking
o What they are
o When to use them
o What they are delivering for a GDPR project
- How Masking can deliver Erasure
- Live Demo of Informatica’s Data Masking