The GDPR Challenge
Privacy, Technology, and Compliance in an Age of Accelerating Change
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Consent is necessary for collecting, processing and transferring Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and sensitive personal data. But to what extent? What are the limitations and restricts to avoid penalties under The General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR) rules, which may be, up to 4% of annual global turnover or €20 million (whichever is higher), enforcements and sanctions? Under GDPR Article 51, each EU Member State shall provide an independent public authority to be responsible for monitoring the application of this regulation to protect the fundamental rights of data subjects (Supervisory Authority). The Supervisory Authority has powers to issue warnings, conduct audits, recommend remediation, order erasure of data and suspend data transfers to a third country. GDPR has changed the way data is used, accessed and stored. GDPR, reach extends well beyond the European Union and is the basis of other data privacy laws around the world.
This book provides a review and guidance on implementing and compliance of GDPR while taking advantage of technology innovations and supported by real-life examples. The book shows the wide scope of applications to protect data privacy while taking advantage of processes and techniques in various fields such as eDiscovery, Cyber Insurance, Virtual-based Intelligence, Information Security, Cyber Security, Information Governance, Blockchain and Biometric technologies and techniques.
Table of Contents
The GDPR Challenge: Privacy, Technology, and Compliance in an Age of Accelerating Change
The Algorithm in the C-Suite: Applying Lessons Learned and Information Governance Best Practices to Achieve Greater Post-GDPR Algorithmic Accountability
Jason R. Baron and Katherine E. Armstrong
Cyber Insurance and Technology Innovation
Judy Selby and Susannah J. Wakefield
A Proposal for Multiple Instance Learning Framework Application to Protect Data Access Rights under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Odunayo Fadahunsi and Amie Taal
Social Media and Data Privacy
US Litigators, Does Your Discovery Include EU Data? Strategic, Legal and Technical Considerations under the GDPR
Gregory R. Baden, Rachael N. Clark, and Ben Quarmby
The GDPR So Far: Implications for Information Governance, eDiscovery, and Privacy by Design
By Gail Gottehrer and Debbie Reynolds
The Business Opportunities of GDPR
Kenneth N. Rashbaum, Esq.
Executing Streamlined and Cost-Effective Investigations Across Disparate Data Sources
Daniel S. Meyers, Esq., Al-Harim Markhani, Esq., and Andrew Neal
Existing and Emerging Biometric Data Technologies
Ami Koldhekar Rodrigues, Emily R. Fedeles, and Mari E. Martin
The Intersection of GDPR, U.S. Discovery and Technology in the Financial Crime Discipline
Camille C. Bent and Kerri-Ann Bent
The Human Cultural and Behavioural Factor in Data Privacy
eDiscovery under the GDPR – Can Portable Solutions Provide Needed Innovation?
Claudia T. Morgan, and Shaun E. Werbelow
Amie Taal is an expert in Forensic Investigations, Cyber Security, eDiscovery, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. A former Vice President at Deutsche Bank, Amie has built a career in Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia and United States helping companies identify and respond to technology incidents, litigation matters, information risk, data privacy issues and dealing with civil and criminal investigations within the public and private sector including the Big 4, financial services and non-financial organisations.
Amie is also a specialist in data privacy and provides internal and external training on GDPR practice and procedures, legal and regulations rules and evidence handling procedures.
In addition to the above, Amie is a public speaker and a university lecturer in the postgraduate space teaching IT and Internet Law, evidence handle procedures, data privacy, AI and Cyber Security. She has also published many papers in this space as a subject matter expect.