Maximizing Data Value in an Era of Data Minimization: How Pseudonymization Balances Privacy and Utility
In this session of our Webinar Wednesday series, Dataguise discusses data masking advantages for organizations storing sensitive personal data. More specifically, our presenter explores pseudonymization as a data masking technique and how it applies to data minimization principles covered in the GDPR.
About the Presenter
Dr. Anhad Singh, Dataguise’s very own “Dr. Data”, is a data privacy expert with a strong background in data-centric security and data analysis. He is currently Technical Lead/Enterprise Architect at Dataguise, where he works with Fortune 500 companies to automate compliance with numerous data privacy regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Dr. Singh received his M.S. degree and his Ph.D. from the University of California Davis.
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|Technology for Automating GDPR Compliance||Run Time|
|The Underestimated Challenge of GDPR Compliance: Finding All Personal Data||22min 48sec|
|The GDPR is Here: How to Stay Resilient to Breaches and Auditors||26min 34sec|
|Embracing the Age of the Customer: Managing Extended Subject Rights||23min 48sec|
|GDPR Compliance at Scale: Facing the Reality of Global Business||29min 53sec|
|Maximizing Data Value in an Era of Data Minimization: How Pseudonymization Balances Privacy and Utility||27min 26sec|