Data Governance

How to Maintain an Up-to-Date Data Map with OneTrust Vendor Risk Management

In aiding more than 2,500 companies mature their privacy and security compliance programs, we’ve heard one question more than any other: “How do I keep my data map up to date?”  There are many methods to maintaining an evergreen data map, such as with integrations and assessment automation. But emerging techniques, ones that use the OneTrust Vendor Risk Management platform in …

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Data Governance

Data analytics trends in 2020

By Helena Schwenk, Market Intelligence Lead at Exasol and Michael Glenn, Market Intelligence Analyst at Exasol One of the key technology highlights of the past decade has been the exponential growth in organisational data. Whether by accident or design, the amount of data available to every business truly exploded. Today, …

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Data Governance

Amazon, Alexa and the NHS: is our health data safe?

By Jon Belcher, commercial lawyer with Blake Morgan In July 2019 NHS Digital, the body responsible for technology and data in the NHS in England, announced that it was making NHS information available for use with Alexa devices, Amazon’s voice-activated personal assistant. The aim was to ensure that anyone searching for medical …

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Data Governance

Observations from Albania: the 41st Annual International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners

UK ICO Commissioner Liz Denham, who serves as Conference Chair, welcomed attendees at the public session and provided a brief summary of what transpired at the Commissioners’ closed door sessions. She noted that “privacy” has gone “mainstream.” People around the world expect more information about how their data is used. …

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Data Governance

Understanding the Lawful Bases for Processing Data

By Andy Bridges, Data Quality and Governance Manager at REaD Group. We are now well over 12 months into the enforcement of GDPR and marketers are still wrestling with nuances of the regulations. Confusion around the lawfulness of processing (Article 6), namely consent and legitimate interest, remains: the most common …

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