Architecting Your Data and Systems to Address Data Subjects' Rights

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Primitive Logic CEO Jill Reber, President Kevin Moos & Chief Architect Eric Greenfeder

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Regardless of your geographical location, if you handle EU residents’ personal data, you also need to provide mechanisms that allow an individual to exercise the rights that are afforded by the GDPR. The ability to search, discover and review and delete data is a critical component of GDPR compliance. But if that data is stored in multiple systems, and potentially shared with multiple partners, the tasks become dramatically more complex – requiring the technological ability to find and address all affected data promptly. All of these rights require a new level of enterprise-wide data mapping, data governance, data architecture and system management. Join Primitive Logic’s technology solution experts in a conversation about how to address Subject Access Requests from the technology perspective. Day 2 of 3 day series: Day 2 - Focus on Privacy side of GDPR from a technology perspective ~ Day 1 – Overview of key concepts with legal and technical discussion of suggested actions ~ Day 3 – Focus on Security side of GDPR from a technology perspective Speakers: Jill Reber, Primitive Logic CEO Kevin Moos, Primitive Logic President Eric Greenfeder, Primitive Logic Chief Architect
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