Does your organisation struggle to find the balance between keeping data “just in case” and deleting it for risk mitigation?
Data privacy regulations such as the EU’S GDPR mandate that companies collect only what they need and delete it after it has served its purpose. With complex datasets, evolving global privacy regulations and the definition of personal data constantly evolving, it’s more important than ever to understand your data footprint.
By creating a clean data inventory of unstructured assets, organizations can minimise risk by identifying and minimising unnecessary records, making it easier to comply with regulatory pressures and protect data from hacking attempts.
Information Governance ANZ was delighted to host a virtual session with our Foundation Supporter, Active Navigation’s Chief Revenue Officer, Dean Gonsowski, Esq. and Simon Costello, VP APAC, as they demonstrate how to manage dark data at scale to minimise risks and liabilities.
The session was facilitated by Susan Bennett, Founder, InfoGovANZ and covered:
· What is data mapping and minimisation and why they are vital for operationalising a data privacy program
· How to build in minimisation concepts during the earliest phases of a data accumulation program
· How to maximise data value while minimizing data