Redaction and pseudonymization for GDPR

Following the activation of GDPR, anonymization and pseudonymization have become crucial when you need to transfer data into or out of the EU to respond to regulatory or eDiscovery requests. During this 25-minute webinar we discuss the details of these crucial processes. 

True redaction however, poses a difficult standard for most organizations. With redaction, information is rendered anonymous, such that the data subject is no longer identifiable. A great deal of business data is useful only if the identifiers are intact (i.e., human resources), particularly in litigation and regulatory evidence.

With pseudonymization, data can no longer be attributed to a data subject. Additional information to identify is kept separate and subject to technical and organizational security measures. The identifiers, once reunited with the core data, must be safeguarded like any other Personal Data.

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redaction and pseudonymization in ediscovery for gdpr