Protecting Data Privacy Beyond the Trusted System of Record

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Published on April 14, 2020

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ISBN-10: 0738458740
ISBN-13: 9780738458748
IBM Form #: REDP-5567-00


Authors: Bill White, Mark Moore, Phillip Wilson and Eva Yan

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    Abstract

    To help you safeguard your sensitive data and provide ease of auditability and control, IBM introduced a new capability for IBM Z® called IBM Data Privacy Passports. It can help minimize the risk and impact of data loss and privacy breaches when collecting and storing sensitive data. Data Privacy Passports can manage how data is shared securely through a central control of user access.

    Data Privacy Passports can protect data wherever it goes. Security policies are kept and honored whenever the data is accessed. Future data access may be revoked remotely via Data Privacy Passports, long after data leaves the system of record, and sensitive data may even be made unusable simply by destroying its encryption key.

    Data Privacy Passports is designed to help reduce the time that is spent by staff to protect data and ensure privacy throughout its lifecycle via a central point of control.

    This IBM Redguide presents a business view of Data Privacy Passports, including how data privacy and protection concerns are addressed. We also explore how value is gained through various business model examples.

    Table of Contents

    Executive overview

    Data privacy and protection impact business

    Data governance benefits

    How does Data Privacy Passports work

    Using Data Privacy Passports

     

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