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Human Error: The Pitfalls of Manual SAR Response

In the age of information, organizations have increased the amount of consumer data housed in structured and unstructured environments. As consumers become increasingly aware of this and what their rights are under current and future legislation, the number of data subject access requests is increasing. According to Automated Intellegence, “A body which represents UK data protection officers has reported that there’s been a 66% increase in the average number of DSARs received” (Automated Intelligence, 2021)”

Human Error: The Pitfalls of Manual SAR Response

In the age of information, organizations have increased the amount of consumer data housed in structured and unstructured environments. As consumers become increasingly aware of this and what their rights are under current and future legislation, the number of data subject access requests is increasing. According to Automated Intellegence, “A body which represents UK data protection officers has reported that there’s been a 66% increase in the average number of DSARs received” (Automated Intelligence, 2021)”

4 Tips for Choosing the Right Privacy Tool

First, there was technology, then came the data collection. As that technology rapidly grew more intelligent and pervasive, so too did the data. As the oceans of data that companies handle on a regular basis have grown and evolved, so have the often gray areas of consumer privacy. 

How to Modify Your GDPR SAR Practices for the CCPA

IAPP Webinar march 2019 how to GDPR to CCPA

Original broadcast date: March 21, 2019 via IAPP Webconference

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