Going live tomorrow a webinar on ‘Pseudonymisation-Enabled Legitimate Interest Processing’
Data Protection World Forum will host a webinar with Anonos looking at ‘Pseudonymisation-Enabled Legitimate Interest Processing’
Taking place on 19th March at 2pm GMT, the webinar will be presented by Gary Lafever, CEO and General Council of Anonos, Dr Sachiko Scheuing, European Privacy Officer of Acxiom and Martin Abrams, Chief Strategist of Information Accountability Foundation (IAF)
This webinar will discuss the fundamentals of GDPR-recommended Pseudonymisation, and how it helps organisations to maximise data utility while increasing accountability, ethics and transparency.
For those at the crossroads of trying to balance data value and privacy, or are facing challenges in data innovation and utility, risk, and the privacy of individuals. This webinar will look at a complement to consent; a technological application that is a “belt and braces” approach to balancing privacy and data value when consent does not work, through the use of Pseudonymisation safeguards.
Attendees of the webinar will find out what the benefits are of legitimate interest processing under the GDPR, how Pseudonymisation can enable legitimate interest processing and what the benefits are of leveraging Pseudonymisation to enforce risk-based data governance policies?
Format: 45 minute presentation, 15 minute live audience Q&A
Title: Pseudonymisation-Enabled Legitimate Interest Processing
Date: Thursday, March 19, 2020
Time: 2PM GMT
Duration: 1 hour
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