Minimization, Retention, and Purpose-Limitation: Evolving Privacy to Data Governance
November 17, 2022
As technology evolves, individuals become more aware of their privacy rights, and the regulatory landscape increases in complexity, privacy programs can no longer be tick-the-box compliance exercises. The more comprehensive nature of the US privacy landscape, strengthened by the 5 state laws of 2023, is an example of this privacy evolution from compliance to data governance.
These laws include requirements around the foundational privacy principles of minimization, purpose-limitation, and retention of personal data. For organizations to comply, they not only have to document their approach to these requirements but operationalize them across their data ecosystem and lifecycle.
In this webinar, OneTrust Privacy experts discuss:
- Requirements and best practices for governing personal and sensitive data under US state privacy laws
- How to operationalize and automate retention & minimization requirements