About this Course
Approximate Time to Completion: 1 hour
Instructor: Ram Pratti, Center of Excellence, Collibra
- Defining data elements relating to personally identifying information
- Align business processes to the process register
- Evaluate business, data, technology and governance layers as they relate to GDPR Accelerator modules
In this course, we will provide an introduction to our GDPR Accelerator and its operating model. As you may be familiar with Collibra operating model, it’s about your organization, your structural components and the process flows involved. In this session, we are going to focus on structural components.
GDPR is about securing your data. What does that mean? You need to know what data you are securing. Where is the data, how you are getting it and where it is going? How will our structural components in Collibra help you track the data?
We will start by identifying the critical elements, such as personally identifiable information related to data subjects. Business processes with access to the personally identifiable information is captured by the Process Register. This process includes documenting data elements in the Data Dictionary, technology assets in the asset inventories, embedding your policies in the Policy Manager and including all your rules and controls around the process in the business rule book. We will also discuss the value of data sharing agreements and the notifications necessary in case of a data breach.
This ecosystem of business processes can be documented using the GDPR Accelerator solution to help prepare for GDPR compliance.
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