Information Assets – A Data Protection Concern

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As data protection practitioners we might be accused of not paying enough attention to information assets. Our role is to protect personal data and in doing so we tend to focus only on personal data activities and non-personal data becomes the realm of the wider data governance function. Consider this; our record of processing activities […]

Completing a ROPA

Compliance with data protection regulations in the EU is framed around a number of guiding principles which lead an organisation to take accountability for the data that is the custodian of.  Accountability requires an organisation to be able to demonstrate how it meets the data protection principles and demonstration invariably means building a body of […]