Data

The Data Protection Officer – Is there a new sheriff in town?

Privacy compliance in Europe will soon take a big step forward with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). When the GDPR comes into effect on 25 May 2018, many organizations must appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO). What is the DPO’s role and how can you ensure success?
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Protecting customer data isn’t enough. What about employee data?

With the publication of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), organizations began assessing the regulation’s impact. When it comes to evaluating personal data, enterprises tend to focus on customer data. But what about employee data?
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Die jüngsten Entwicklungen im Schweizer Datenschutzgesetz

Nach der Revision des Europäischen Datenschutzrechts wurde gespannt der Vorentwurf für die Revision des Schweizer Datenschutzgesetzes (DSG) erwartet. Auf was für eine Stossrichtung lässt der veröffentlichte Vorentwurf schliessen, und was könnte das für Unternehmen in Zukunft bedeuten?
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Fraud detection using analytics

Few companies succeed in employing systematic data analysis to detect fraud. What’s necessary to build trust in an analytics based approach to fraud detection? KPMG’s report “Using analytics successfully to detect fraud” explains the challenges of managing an analytics-driven program.
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Check the health of your data privacy governance today

To respond to the increasing number of questions around data protection compliance and data privacy governance, we have designed the Privacy Health Check. This online check quickly gives you an indication of your organization’s privacy health and outlines the privacy governance focus areas for improving your organization’s privacy management.
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3 steps to optimize your SAP License Management

SAP licensees need to know what licenses they own, and what they are using them for. As well as being fundamental to the effective control of the technical environment, this information allows licensees to drive better value from software investments and avoid the wasted costs of ‘shelf-ware’.
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