About the Webinar
Well before GDPR and CCPA, different privacy regulations provided individuals with the right to see what companies keep about them and ask for its update or deletion. This right is commonly referred to as Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR). The approach companies take to meet this requirement has evolved over the years and so have consumer expectations. This evolution has led to an increased level of effort and cost to companies — “In 2019, clients indicated they spend, on average, more than $1,400 to answer a single Subject Rights Request (SRR)”*.
Please join Doron Rotman, Managing Director and National Privacy Service Co-Leader of KPMG and Dr. Sagi Leizerov, SVP Enterprise Privacy Solutions of Dataguise. In this webinar, they will discuss the current trends in how companies are addressing the DSAR challenge, as well as where they are seeing models for success – with a specific focus on GDPR and CCPA.
Trends to be covered include:
- Means for identity verification and matching the correct data subject across repositories
- How far companies go searching for personal information of a data subject
- Dealing with down-stream processors for data retrieval, update and deletion
- Releasing and porting reports
- What reasonably constitutes excessive effort for a DSAR’s scope
- The practicality of different deletion options for personal information
About the Presenters
Sagi Leizerov, Ph.D.
Sagi is a privacy and data governance expert with 20 years of experience. He is currently SVP of Enterprise Privacy Solutions at Dataguise, as well as a Director on the board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and a member of the Forbes Technology Council.
Doron is a Managing Director in KPMG’s Advisory Services practice with over 30 years of experience. He is currently focused on providing Privacy, Security, Information Governance and IT Audit Services. Doron is also the national privacy service co-leader, and a member of KPMG International Privacy Leadership team.
*Source: Gartner, 5 Areas Where AI Will Turbocharge Privacy Readiness, Aug 2019