In this video, Mandy Huth explores Article 35 of the GDPR regulation. Learn about privacy impact assessments, data mapping exercises, and the key elements of data mapping.
- [Instructor] Article 35 of GDPR requires organizations…to execute an impact analysis of the data they process.…Understanding the impact to privacy requires understanding…the nature of the data as well as how it is being processed.…Classifying certain data as sensitive…or confidential can help an organization…to identify data that needs additional protections.…One way to do that in a technical…fashion would be the use of tagging.…A data mapping exercise is key…to assessing the privacy impact on data.…
A data mapping exercise includes three key components.…The first part of a mapping exercise is data discovery.…It's important for an organization…to understand where data is flowing.…This can be in several fashions:…from the inside, to the outside of the European Union,…or perhaps from an organization…to its suppliers or its sub-suppliers.…Next is reviewing use of the data during…the lifecycle and its practical implications.…
Some questions to consider here would be are there any…unforeseen or unintended uses of the data happening?…
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