Culture Shifting

Culture Shifting: Understanding anonymous reporting

January 09, 2020 Season 1 Episode 3
Culture Shifting
Culture Shifting: Understanding anonymous reporting
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Culture Shifting
Culture Shifting: Understanding anonymous reporting
Jan 09, 2020 Season 1 Episode 3
Culture Shift

On the 25th May 2018, the GDPR became enforceable by the ICO and the mill of misinformation began to turn. Now, more than a year later organisations are still concerned about what they can and can’t do with people’s data and the legalities around anonymous reporting.

In this epoisode Saskia Coplans, Culture Shift’s Data Protection Officer and co-founder of cybersecurity consultancy Digital Interruption, and Gemma McCall MD of Culture Shift, demystify the misconceptions surrounding Data Protection and the GDPR.

Saskia helps you understand the legislation and regulations covering the handling of sensitive data and what it means specifically to licensees of Report + Support.

We discuss what is meant by the data subject rights, with a focus on the right to be informed and the right to be forgotten. What’s the difference between anonymous data and anonymous reporting? What is the legal basis for handling data of this nature? All of this and more is covered in this informative episode. 

Show Notes

On the 25th May 2018, the GDPR became enforceable by the ICO and the mill of misinformation began to turn. Now, more than a year later organisations are still concerned about what they can and can’t do with people’s data and the legalities around anonymous reporting.

In this epoisode Saskia Coplans, Culture Shift’s Data Protection Officer and co-founder of cybersecurity consultancy Digital Interruption, and Gemma McCall MD of Culture Shift, demystify the misconceptions surrounding Data Protection and the GDPR.

Saskia helps you understand the legislation and regulations covering the handling of sensitive data and what it means specifically to licensees of Report + Support.

We discuss what is meant by the data subject rights, with a focus on the right to be informed and the right to be forgotten. What’s the difference between anonymous data and anonymous reporting? What is the legal basis for handling data of this nature? All of this and more is covered in this informative episode. 

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