What does Chocolate Have to do With Maintaining Privacy Regulations… – Security Boulevard

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Ever since the murmurings regarding GDPR began in 2016, achieving privacy compliance has become a common discussion (well, at least among CISOs and CIOs). While lots and lots of ink has been spilled on the “how to get there” aspect of achieving compliance, little to no practical value has been offered regarding maintaining compliance once you “get there.” Typical advice on maintaining compliance waxes on about the importance of creating employee awareness, establishing better data practices, how to set up contracts, and preparing the organization for the potential onslaught of DSARs/SRRs. However, the issue of how to continuously and easily discover, map, and categorize the flood of new data that comes into your organization all the time, is rarely addressed. Additionally, new applications get added to the ecosystem that are accessing data and creating copies of it. So the big question is, how can an organization remain compliant at all times?Lessons on Data Collection From a Chocolate FactoryAn insightful 2018 report by Cameron Kerry on Brookings.com compared the plight of trying to maintain data privacy to a classic I Love Lucy episode. Standing over a chocolate factory assembly line, the red-headed heroine realizes it’s impossible to keep up …

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