Working with Private Data
- Private Data
- Data Security
Private data, sometimes referred to as protected health information, personally identifiable information or simply personal data, can be crucial for the operation of businesses but it also carries significant reputational and legal risk.
Data is an asset, and while the use of private data can be restricted by regulations and contracts, using this data to the full extent possible can provide massive advantage. But how can this data be used without violating laws or putting the organization at unnecessary risk? In this recorded webcast, Thorogood Consultant Jeff Burke illustrates techniques for the safe handling of private data while still extracting all the value that is legally and ethically possible.
Working with Private Data (24 mins)
What we cover:
- Private data terminology, to level set on what the terms mean and how they apply to various legislations, and the differences between similar terms.
- Various ways of anonymizing data, depending on the circumstance, to reduce risk and comply with regulations, whilst still maximizing the utility of the information.
- The use of technology controls and data literacy programs to reduce information security risk.
Is it for you?
- Are you part of an organization that is trying to make the most of private data?
- Are you responsible for data security and need to control the risk of your data platform?
- Are you a data professional that needs to be well versed on data protection?