Heather Burns: Designing for data protection

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November 12, 2017

With GDPR’s deadline day just seven months away, there’s no better time to begin incorporating better data protection and privacy practices into your workflows. Using GDPR’s requirements as well as the Privacy by Design framework as our starting points, I will walk you through some of the steps that healthy compliance should involve in both the front end and the back end. These strategies will range from data minimisation in your database to practical consent methods on your front end to the privacy notices in your footer. We’ll also cover good business practices like technical and security safeguards, staff training, and documentation.

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WordCamp Dublin 2017 28

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Heather Burns 10

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GDPR. data 1
General Data Protection 2
protection 4

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English 6261

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