GDPR and Anonymization

GDPR and Anonymization

What you need to know

For companies wanting to do business in Europe, being GDPR-compliant is essential. Learn more about the rights of access and erasure the legislation covers as well as what types of data must be anonymized.

To achieve a more seamless adherence to the new regulation, it is best to create privacy-centric policies and procedures around sensitive data storage and sharing. Robust, risk-based anonymization protocols are an integral part of any adherence plan. Adopting a risk-based anonymization strategy like our Expert Determination method does most of the hard work for you.

This white paper explores anonymization under GDPR. Read it now. Stay competitive. And compliant.

Fill in the form below to read your free white paper.

Sign me up for marketing communications on safely leveraging my sensitive data.

More White Papers

To leverage protected health information (PHI) for secondary purposes, an understanding of the different de-identification mechanisms is required. Under the U.S. Health Insurance Portability…
Previous
Next