Data Mapping is crucial to identify information risk. It provides insight into how data moves throughout the organization. Regulations such as GDPR and Virginia's CDPA give consumers the right to access, correct, delete and/or obtain a copy of their personal data. Without an organizational data map, companies will struggle to provide a secure and reliable method by which consumers can access these rights. It is the foundation to understanding where all the data resides, how it is being used and its contractual, legal and regulatory obligations. Additionally, it can identify opportunities to improve operational efficiencies and reduce spending.
While data mapping is a critical first step in identifying key areas of risk, the process can be daunting to large organizations. In this webcast we examine ways to overcome data discovery paralysis and maintain ongoing compliance.
Hear from experienced privacy and regulatory specialists in an open discussion to gain insight into:
- Understanding traditional uses of an organizational data map (identify risk, enable privacy compliance, PIA’s, and DSARs)
- How this will bring value to all areas of the organization (governance, training, e-discovery, and even providing value and protection during M&A)
- Tools to automate and scale the discovery process
- The who, what and how’s needed to facilitate the project
Lauren Misztal, Associate General Counsel & Data Privacy Officer, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
Robin Sanders, Chief Privacy Official/Assistant General Counsel - Data and Privacy at Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Ryan O'Connor, Solutions Engineer, Privacy at OneTrust
Jake Frazier, Senior Managing Director, FTI Technology