Why not to believe in data taxonomies when personal data is involved | SASIG
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Wednesday 29 March 2023, 11am-12noon (BST)

Demands for higher security and transparency have recently led organisations to be more diligent in implementing information security by design. At the same time, the concept of a data taxonomy is gaining momentum in organisations.

Despite significant differences between the two concepts, there is often a strong temptation to look for a ‘silver bullet’ that will address all their challenges with protecting and sharing personal data.

This webinar is aimed at anyone considering building a standard-based data taxonomy. It will explain why such approaches can cause more harm than good and what you should do instead.

Join us to learn what impact a data taxonomy can have on your organisation’s data privacy compliance strategies, how it affects your ability to share information and support decision-making, and why you could be better off focusing your attention on methods that take purpose and context of processing activity into account.

If you are a member of ISACA, ICA or The Security Institute, you can earn CPE/CPD points for attending our webinars live. Remember to log your attendance with your provider to be credited.

Guest chaired by

Peter Wood (info), Partner, Naturally Cyber

Presented by

Richard Peart (info), Senior Privacy Consultant/Data Protection Officer, BSI 

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