Good governance and data privacy have been an increasing topic in the minds of individuals and companies worldwide. Individuals are concerned with how data about themselves is used in digital services, such as websites, and mobile apps while companies don’t want to miss use or misrepresent the data they are collecting.
ODPi invites you to a webinar on Thursday, July 12 at 9 – 10 am PDT. Mandy Chessell, distinguished engineer and master inventor at IBM, will share best practices for how to manage data that keeps individuals’ privacy respected and is compliant with new regulations on data privacy such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Attendees will learn:
- The life cycle of a digital service as it is developed, sold, enhanced and used. This life cycle breaks the work into six stages. Each stage describes the roles and the activities involved to ensure data privacy.
- The types of artifacts that need to be collected about a digital service and the methods used to develop it.
- How these artifacts link together in an open metadata repository (data catalog).
Additionally, the webinar will showcase ODPi’s data privacy pack that provides documentation and open metadata definitions for a privacy program. The ODPi’s data privacy pack is the first open source initiative for data privacy. It is being developed by a team of cross-industry, multi-vendor data privacy experts. Join the call to find out more and maybe join the team to build your skills and share your expertise.