Published: September, 2022
Personally identifiable information (PII) is any data that could potentially identify a specific individual. Any information that can be used to distinguish one person from another and can be used to deanonymize previously anonymous data is considered PII.
PII may be used alone or in tandem with other relevant data to identify an individual and may incorporate direct identifiers, such as passport information, that can identify a person uniquely or quasi-identifiers, such as race, that can be combined with other quasi-identifiers, like date of birth, to successfully recognize an individual.
Understanding whether your organization is processing personally identifiable information (PII) (personal data) is the first step to understanding whether the privacy law applies to those activities.
Personal data is information that relates to an identified or identifiable individual; and while the definition might sound very simple, we are going to show some practical complexities, such as using pseudonymous data and its difference from anonymous data.
In this online CPE Information Technology webinar, you will be able to distinguish personal data from other types of data; including practical examples that are intended to simplify the compliance work in an organization to meet its obligations.
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Jorge Carrillo, PhD has been helping organizations across Europe in assessing, designing, implementing and improving their IT cyber-security practice from more than 18 years. His major focus is on Cybersecurity and Data Protection, however, he has been involved in other compliance areas, such as IT Audit, PCI, SOX and Accessibility. He is an active guest Lecturer at several universities - sharing good practices and methodologies in Privacy by Design, Agile and other project Management Methodologies. You can reach out to him at https://privacytech.guru
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