The EU’s General Data Privacy Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a sweeping set of privacy regulations that has led the way for data privacy legislation around the globe. It’s not hard to understand why its impact is so widely recognized – organizations that don’t comply face fines of up to 4% of their global revenue.
So, where should you begin when it comes to achieving GDPR compliance?
Immuta’s Legal engineering team compiled the GDPR Playbook to answer this very question. The playbook includes best practices for GDPR-compliant data use for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), with a focus on Data Protection by Design.
In the GDPR Compliance Playbook, you’ll find out:
- How to set purpose-based restrictions when creating data access controls to adhere to the GDPR’s purpose limitation principle
- How to map the GDPR data protection principle’s to Immuta’s global policies, as well as how to apply local data policies on specific data sources
- How to create and enforce a data policy using dynamic data masking techniques such as differential privacy
- How to easily monitor and audit data access and use to streamline the process of proving compliance with the GDPR