Date(s) - 08/13/2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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In the course of delivering services, taxation, and regulation, the public sector collects massive amounts of Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and other sensitive data. Currently, 25 U.S. states have their own data privacy laws governing the collection, storage, and use of data collected from their residents.
Balancing citizen needs with privacy concerns is an issue for cities and states nationwide. How can you balance public interests with protecting citizen data in an ever-evolving environment?
Meeting citizen needs ultimately starts with effective data governance. Join us for a live webinar with Mark Evan, Sr. Enterprise Sales Engineer, and IQBG Head of Global Marketing, Jason Hall where they discuss how local governments can balance protecting citizen privacy while seamlessly delivering critical services.
• How data mapping operationalizes data security and privacy to protect citizen data
• Leverage automation to build a data inventory to achieve and maintain compliance with state privacy laws
• How shrinking a data profile can reduce risk
• A roadmap for all stages of the information lifecycle