Privacy in Perspective - Lessons Learned and Best Practices Two Years into GDPR

Presented by

Nimrod Vax, CPO at BigID, featuring Scott Margolis, Managing Director of Advisory Risk, EY

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Since the introduction of GDPR two years ago and CCPA six months ago, data privacy has taken the spotlight as organizations try to tackle the practical repercussions for sustainable compliance and how to scale and automate operations to address the requirements across a large number of disparate data sources. With the risk of both compliance penalties and consumer dissatisfaction if they’re unable to effectively and timely fulfill access and deletion requests, organizations need a foundation in place to accurately and continuously discover, classify, and map personal and sensitive information. Join us for an in-depth look at lessons learned so far from GDPR and CCPA, where we’ll explore: – Legislation and enforcement trends two years after GDPR came into effect – What are the best practices to prepare for CCPA, and key considerations? – How did organizations prioritize compliance use cases and define system scope? – How to minimize compliance violations and business risk with end-to-end data workflows – Subject access rights in practice – Requirements for data access rights and data deletion requests under CCPA – What is the path toward full automation for data subject requests? – How can organizations incorporate Opt out Management and Governance? – How to extend privacy compliance investments to achieve data governance objectives? *BigID has partnered with Ernst & Young to bring you this webinar. Your registration information will be shared with Ernst & Young. Please go to Ernst & Youngs’ Privacy Policy for more details
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BigID aims to transform how enterprises protect and manage the privacy of personal data. Organizations are facing record breaches of personal information and proliferating global privacy regulations like the EU GDPR with fines reaching 4% of annual revenue. Today enterprises lack dedicated purpose built technology to help them track and govern their customer data at scale. By bringing data science to data privacy, BigID aims to give enterprises the software to safeguard and steward the most important asset organizations manage: their customer data. BigID has offices in the US and Israel and is founded by security industry veterans spanning the identity, data security, big data and governance markets.