Embed data governance, privacy and data protection at the heart of your organization’s culture
Alongside technology, data has become the lifeblood of today’s organizations. Governed and managed appropriately, data can drive business operations and performance. Yet if mismanaged, it can become the sand in the engine.
Organizational Resilience is the ability of an organization to prosper, year on year, in our dynamic, interconnected and digital world. Whether or not an organization can anticipate, prepare for, respond and adapt to incremental change or sudden disruptions will determine whether it can survive and prosper. A core domain within Organizational Resilience is Information Resilience. In today’s world, organizations must build and sustain trust and that starts with data.
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Conor Hogan, Global Practice Director - Data Governance
Conor oversees our global practice team of data protection and privacy professionals. His team supports clients from across the world to meet the evolving challenges of privacy and data protection compliance.
The demands organizations have for and on data are vast. But a resilient organization must manage data throughout the data lifecycle, from creation or acquisition to destruction. Thus:
Having confidence in the quality and accuracy of data
Meeting increasing regulatory and compliance obligations for data localization, transfers, and uses
Knowing where data is located, with whom it is shared, and why
Having certainty over why data is processed
Possesses the ability to retrieve or produce data, whether for internal or external stakeholders.
Destroying data when it is no longer needed
Protecting data and keeping it safe and secure
Reacting swiftly, decisively, and with confidence when something goes wrong with or impacts the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of data.
Ultimately, a resilient organization that can be trusted. Digital trust is the trust in the digital interactions and relationships between business, people, and things. Digital trust seeks to bring order to the digital chaos that exists in today’s information age so that all society and organizations can leverage the benefits of trusted technology evolution. And at the core of Digital Trust is data.
The true worth of data disciplines such as privacy-by-design, data stewardship and architecture, incident and crisis response, or eDiscovery and digital forensics can only be realized if you put data at the core of your organization’s strategy, culture, and values. Doing so creates meaningful competitive advantages and separates you from your competition through improved business performance, sustained digital trust, and proper accountability for data.
Privacy and Data Protection (GDPR)
We help embed privacy and data protection at the heart of the organization’s culture and operations. In a rapidly evolving global regulatory environment, our practitioners will keep you up to date on all the latest developments and manage the impact of changes by supporting the organization with its regulatory risk profile.
As data volumes and sources continue to grow exponentially, is your team prepared with a cost-effective and legally defensible eDiscovery solution? Our experts deliver comprehensive eDiscovery, digital forensics, and litigation support services tolaw firms, corporations, and government agencies.
Responding to a DSAR within the short deadline of one month can be challenging. It requires understanding the request, running searches, identifying relevant documents, and redacting sensitive data, which may not be possible to do efficiently with common IT platforms.
Appointing an in-house DPO may not be feasible for every organization. As part of our privacy and data protection service portfolio, our experienced consultants can support you in all aspects of your organization’s requirements of a DPO.
Under Article 27 of the GDPR, a company that targets its goods or services in the EU or monitors EU data subjects but does not have an EU-based establishment must have an EU-based Representative. We offer independent, specialized Article 27 representative support to act as your organization's point of contact for relevant data subjects and supervisory authorities.
With new technologies, the capability to capture ever-increasing volumes of personal data has never been easier. Not only is a DPIA a compliance requirement, but it is also a competitive advantage because both organizations and individuals are assured that their privacy is protected.