GDPR: How to secure your data?by Nicki Jenns Solo Traveler Ensuring the confidentiality and security of personal data is no longer an option in 2018. The General Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data reinforces the requirements in this area. For the sake of consumers ... and brands.
Massive leak of Uber data, 50 million customers, revealed in November 2017 ... at the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, or 87 million data of Facebook users unknowingly collected by the firm that worked for the campaign of US President Donald Trump: the subject of data security is more relevant than ever.
With cyber attacks, theft or fraud of personal data is even among the top five risks that the world must prepare to face in the next ten years, according to the Global Risk Report 2018 published by the World Economic Forum.
This is without counting on the arrival of the General Regulation on Data Protection (GDPR) on May 25, 2018. The text is in the direction of strengthening the security of treatment systems and infrastructure, but also the information to persons and supervisory authorities, in case of personal data breach."follows the 1995 directive" .
But, she continues, "the RGPD is unprecedented because the text harmonises European practices previously embodied by the supervisory authorities of each country, with notable differences . "
This harmonization "simplifies the management of trans-European projects through a shared approach and management" , adds Michael Bittan, partner responsible for cyber risk activities at Deloitte.
Appreciate the risks "The RGPD makes mandatory the" privacy impact assessment ", the impact analysis relative to data protection , says Sara El Afia, R & D Software Engineer within Artefact, and this, as the text indicates "when the processing operations are likely to create a high risk for the rights and freedoms of
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