Category: Data Privacy

Prevent Breaches and Privacy Violations

OneDPO’s data intelligence platform helps companies prevent breaches, avoid privacy violations, and reduce costs.

What You Should Know About DPA vs. GDPR

Anyone with even a minor internet presence is bound to have come across the term privacy laws or GDPR or both. Long story short, GDPR is the European Union’s strict policies aimed at protecting the privacy of an EU citizen. The EU has a strong track record of protecting an individual’s rights, especially privacy.  Implemented…
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OneDPO automates complex steps to eliminate privacy and breach incidents

At OneDPO, we apply technology to automate the following complex steps to automate privacy for your organization. Discovers personal data: Applies AI/ML to find personal data across your organization Scans controls and activities: Analyzes activity logs and access controls to find who has access and who is using the data Locates issues and gaps: Uses…
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Data Governance Best Practices

Data governance has become essential to enable and protect data in today’s data-driven organizations. As three Vs of data – volume, variety, and velocity – continue to grow, data governance has become complex. Here are some of the factors that can help you launch and run a successful data governance program. Privacy, Security, and Compliance…
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Privacy Engineer Salary – How Much Do Privacy Engineers Earn?

We looked at major hiring platforms to survey the salary range for privacy engineers. We found two types of job categories. These salary numbers are in USD and reflect salaries in the US only as of Dec 2020. Privacy Engineer Role and Responsibilities: Implementation and maintenance of information security systems and processes Third-party security and…
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What Are Standard Contractual Clauses (SCC)? How Has Schrems II Impacted Them?

One of the most complex problems in the current data landscape is sharing data between organizations and government bodies and exporting data to foreign countries. The GDPR imposes restrictions on sharing personal data with countries outside of the European Economic Area, which are unlikely to enforce globally accepted norms and best data privacy and security…
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India’s Personal Data Protection Bill (PDP) vs. GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has become a benchmark of personal data regulation and protection. GDPR addresses a comprehensive list of existing and potential issues regarding data; hence it is widely assumed as the working standard for data regulation. In fact, it has been used as a template for other countries striving to create…
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Privacy Wishlist  – Changes From the New Biden Administration

When it comes to data privacy, the US lags many years behind the EU. Protecting privacy requires a full-hearted push from the top. The progress depends mainly on the new US administration by Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Will they bring the necessary changes to protect personal data? If they do, here is a wish…
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Want to Operationalize Privacy? A Short Evaluation

The traditional process-based approach will not scale and handle today’s volume and complexity. To handle privacy at scale, an organization must operationalize privacy. Operationalizing privacy is not an easy effort. DPOs (Data Protection Officers) and CDOs (Chief Data Officers) have to work in partnership to operationalize privacy. Before you start, how do you know your…
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Is Your Data Governance Ready for Privacy? A Quick Assessment

This short self-driven assessment (~3 min) evaluates foundational blocks needed for data protection. The assessment classifies your organization’s data governance into the following categories. Not ready for privacy. Hard to identify privacy vulnerabilities and triaging incidents. Good start. Reactive to privacy issues and incidents. Privacy ready. Processes can help achieve privacy compliance but requires manual efforts in executing…
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