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GDPR: information, data and access management

Resources on the information management, data management and access management aspects of the GDPR.

Source: https://www.i-scoop.eu/gdpr/

Compliance Culture: Insights from the Experts - Retention Policies for GDPR

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming in 2018, and with it comes new requirements for the retention of records. Keep your company’s reputation intact. Watch the video to learn what’s expected.

Enterprise Data Management Facilitates GDPR Compliance

Companies should integrate EDM capabilities into their IG strategy in order to meet the challenges of ongoing legal compliance as well as to optimize their management of information. EDM capabilities provide companies with the technical solutions to accurately identify and tag the details required by Article 30 of the GDPR.

Federated Access Management and the GDPR

The forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation appears likely to provide further support for Federated Access Management and the Research and Education community’s approach to it.

GDPR and Evolutionary Master/ Reference Data Management

MDM can help in tackling the issues imposed by GDPR regulation. And at the same time, it can bring a vast amount of additional value to an organisation.

GDPR and the implications for ITAM Managers

Phil Hames of The Business Software Centre Ltd explains what GDPR is, why it is important and the impact it will have on ITAM Managers.

GDPR Governance and Management

Would a Governance and Management System help with GDPR compliance?

GDPR – The New Driver for Good Information Governance

“Information is the oil of the 21st century” 1 and organizations are amassing and storing more than ever before. According to the Gartner group, data is growing 40-60% year on year. For enterprises to successfully manage this exponential growth of information – they must first understand what data they have across the enterprise and how it will affect their operations. Gaining that knowledge is the first step toward developing an information governance strategy that will extract more value from data and minimize the costs and risks associated with managing it.

Getting your records GDPR-ready

There are a number of important steps you can take now to help your organisation can identify where PII resides and understand your obligations towards managing it

How Businesses Are Preparing for the GDPR

Data protection and cybersecurity are on a path to convergence. And that convergence is about to accelerate thanks to the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)..

How GDPR will affect analytics and data management

Data management is at the heart of GDPR implementations. Why? Because it takes encoded local knowledge to help find personal information in IT systems, and therefore where to focus your GDPR efforts. In practice, though, the relationship between data management and GDPR is likely to be more crucial even than that: GDPR implementations quickly lead to the conclusion that data management in its broadest sense is essential to allowing personal data to be controlled effectively.

The data management implications of GDPR

This paper discusses the EU's forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) not from a legal perspective but from the point of view of data management (Bloor, registration required).

Wake Up to the Challenges of the EU General Data Protection Regulation

General Data Protection Regulation - Govern Your Information and Data Now - Free webinar by AIIM, the association of information management professionals.