Today I crosslink to my article Common Privacy Risks – How to Protect Your Organisation as originally published to the Privitar blog on 31 May 2017.
“At the board-room level, data privacy can easily be viewed as a binary matter: data encryption techniques should be employed and the company’s data assets become secure. However, for the security teams chartered with securing sensitive assets, the realities are not so simple. There are many threats that cannot be mitigated by encryption alone, which is why advanced statistical anonymisation techniques that achieve privacy whilst preserving data utility and analytical value should be considered. In this post we look at some of the key privacy risks facing organisations today, and how privacy engineering technology can help to mitigate against them.”