Tag "Data Privacy"

Defining the Role of Chief Data Officer (CDO): Process and Data Ownership

*Guest post by Barry Green, Chief Data Officer (Interim) at Bank of Ireland Policy Next Steps Many assume that the Chief Data Officer’s (CDO) policy and data management are relatively well understood. This broadly includes governance, quality and controls, modelling & architecture, usage & flows and key domains. It is the ‘how’, which causes the issues. This... more

Don’t Talk To Me About Digital Transformation…

Digital transformation – tech world’s latest buzzword is getting used by everyone and executed by few. We’re great at making up terms that sound exciting- but aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. I prefer talking about data disruption. We’re not transforming the way we use data, we’re creating new opportunities for business areas for... more

Data Privacy Implications Under GDPR

First of all, what is GDPR? GDPR is the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, which supersedes the 1995 Data Privacy Protection guideline. It is the Nuclear Option for the citizenry when its data is being used by non-authorized entities against their explicit wishes. As a consequence; automatic, vague opt-ins checked based on hyperlinks to... more

Public Sector and the Impact of GDPR

From May 2018, the new EU General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) will require all Public Sector organisations to more effectively understand how they manage data on their citizens, contractors and staff. What does GDPR mean for Public Sector agencies? GDPR will introduce a new set of requirements on agencies around managing the privacy of data... more

GDPR: Does Brexit change anything?

The recent UK referendum vote to leave the EU (Brexit) doesn’t change the need for Financial Services institutions to become GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliant by May 2018. Doesn’t ‘Brexit’ change all this for UK Financial Services institutions? In the short term the answer is NO! UK Financial Services institutions are still going to... more

What’s the Cost of a Data Breach in Telecoms?

Now that the European Union has passed the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) many Communications Service Providers (CSPs) are taking steps to ensure they are ready for the regulations and protected from the risk of a data breach. In general the telecoms industry has been focused on security for a long time but the focus... more

GDPR – Where to start?

Financial Services institutions are assessing where to start on the road to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliance. Here are some thoughts about the starting point. In a recent blog article, I set out my view on the journey to addressing GDPR compliance in Financial Services. In this blog, I’m going to examine my view... more

GDPR – The Next Major Data Privacy Challenge

The recent release of information around the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has highlighted a number of areas of the new privacy regulation that will prove challenging for many Financial Services institutions. In broad terms, the aim of the regulation is to enable citizens to take back control of their own data and... more

Data Privacy Needs Data Security Intelligence and Controls

In an RSA Conference session entitled IAPP: Engineering Privacy: Why Security Isn’t Enough, Sagi Leizerov, E&Y’s Privacy Practice leader began with a plea: ‘We need effective ways to bring together privacy and security controls in an automated way” Privacy professionals, according to Sagi, essentially need help in determining the use of information – which is... more