About this Course
Approximate Time to Completion: 1 hour
Instructor: , Presales Engineer, Collibra
In this course, we will cover what is GDPR, what is the General Data Protection Regulation, the Collibra approach to GDPR compliance using Collibra.
Before you secure your data, you have to know your data. We love this quote because this speaks exactly to why Collibra is the best platform to enable you to achieve GDPR compliance. Because GDPR has two main aspects to it. On one hand, it’s the operational side where it talks about securing the data. On the other hand, it’s about actually knowing what data you have, where you have it, why you have it and how you use it.
Now in order to build our GDPR framework, there are internal impacts of the regulation that we help with and external impacts of the regulation that we help with. And the internal ones deal mainly with Article 30, and this is building a GDPR register of all of your processing activities, all of the data processing activities in which you touch personal information.
In terms of monitoring and reporting, we’ve built GDPR scorecards. We have a fully functional data help application that can help with any security issues being able to track those in Collibra and then build an audit trail in terms of what was done to resolve them. We’ve also enhanced our operating model with GDPR specific assets and GDPR specific characteristics, so that when you capture information knowledge about your data, you do it in a GDPR specific way.
So how does Collibra help with achieving and then maintaining GDPR compliance? I think the key takeaways are that you will always have to cover the four pillars. You will need to cover your people, your processes, the technology, and the data.
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