Every piece of data or information that can be used to identify an individual is personally identifiable information (PII) and under GDPR, every organisation processing personal data is accountable and responsible for its safe and secure storage. Here are 20 steps for taking control of PII Personally Identifiable Information that you handle on our infographic:
Control where your data is and how it’s stored, shared and accessed
As a general rule, any information that can be used to identify an individual – either on its own or when combined with another piece of information – is classified as personal data. This can include biometric, genetic and location data.
With severe penalties for non compliance with the GDPR it’s important to take control of the personal data you process and store.with the GDPR it's important to take control of the personal data you process and store. Click To Tweet
Here are 20 steps that set out what to do:
Recommended Reading: How to Take Control of the Personally Identifiable Information You Handle
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About The Author:
Before joining Rinodrive, Jill Holtz founded Mykidstime.com and Digital4Sales.com, as well as a spin-off company Clearbookings.com.
In her past life, Jill worked in CRM and Marketing Support managing projects for British Gas, Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays Bank, AIB, as well as holding product management and communication roles in several technology companies. Jill holds a BSc in Mathematics from University of Glasgow, an MSc in Operational Research from University of Strathclyde and a 1st class honours Executive MBA from NUI Galway. Jill was included on Technology Voice’s 2014 list of Ireland’s Talented Technology Women. She has a passion for digital and social media marketing and is an experienced writer and speaker.
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