Privacy by design

Knowing and understanding what personally identifiable data you and third parties have, and carrying out a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) is essential if you want a strong foundation for your company, says Angela Madden of Rits

1st October, 2017
Angela Madden managing director, Rits Security Group Picture: Maura Hickey

From previous entries in this GDPR guide, we have gathered the materials necessary to meet proper compliance.

As we established with a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA), good privacy and security measures aren’t down to the tools that you use, but the culture you establish. With that, privacy by design plays a major role in it.

Just as important as designing security from the offset, it’s more important your security review process is through...

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