Tag Archives: privacy by default

Privacy by design: which approach?

The principle of Privacy by Design introduced by General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires firms and public administrations to adopt a proactive and not merely reactive approach to personal data protection, rendering necessary to provide operative procedures, configurations and safety measures safeguarding confidentiality, integrity and availability of personal data (RID) “by default”, meaning in the… Read More »

Data Protection compared to Data Governance: are there underlying implications ?

The customer data protection needs to be included under the logics inspiring the principles and measures of Data Governance. In this sense, the measures to protect customers’ personal data can only be effective if they follow the same principles that drive the measures to corporate Data Governance. A healthy setting of Data Governance rules is… Read More »

Privacy by design and privacy by default

Today personal data are the new “oil”, they are among the most interesting source of income both for organizations and criminal activities, then, it is very important and necessary to protect them.  In this context, the concept of privacy by design and privacy by default, has to be considered a mandatory solution. The “privacy by… Read More »