Global Data Privacy: GDPR, CCPA, and Beyond
Public concern for the safety of data is growing – not just in how criminals might use stolen data to commit fraud, but also in how personal data is used by the organizations we engage with.
While data privacy laws are not new, it was European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduced in 2018 that raised the bar in personal data protection. Since its introduction, other state and federal governments around the world have started to enact similar regulations, including California with the CCPA.
These new regulations define a range of requirements governing how organizations collect, store, process, retain, and share the personal data of citizens. We can group these requirements into three areas:
- Discover: scope personal data to the regulation
- Defend: implement measures to protect personal data
- Detect: identify a breach against that data, and remediate security and process gaps
In this white paper, we explore many of the requirements, and discuss how MongoDB can provide the core technology foundations to help organizations accelerate their path to compliance.
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