Privacy Automation: Bridging the Gap Between Compliance & Data Governance to Deliver Trusted Public Services
The Covid 19 pandemic and the challenges from existing legacy IT has forced government organisations to take a look at their privacy and governance programs. As privacy programs have matured, their focus has shifted from tick-the-box compliance exercises to automated data intelligence.
In order to deliver trusted services to the public, this trend has been driven by:
- The increasing number and complexity of privacy laws
- The continued emergence of good privacy practices
- Compliant data use
Data intelligence takes privacy beyond the manually generated Article 30 report and the siloed privacy impact assessment to focus more on a deep understanding of personal data through data discovery & classification. As well as, automated identification of privacy risk and policy violations, and integrated enforcement of policies like retention, access, and data minimisation across the organisation’s IT ecosystem.
In this webinar, learn how you can take the first steps towards data intelligence and advance your privacy program to the next phase of automation and maturity.
Client Exec, UK Public Sector
Data Governance Solution Specialist