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FDPPI Goes Global

FDPPI, Foundation of Data Protection Professionals in India was started in September 2018 to be an organization of the Data Protection Professionals, By the Data Protection Professionals and for the Data Protection Professionals.┬áSince India was intending to come out with … Continue reading

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NextGEN Data Protection Professionals in India created by FDPPI

FDPPI, Foundation of Data Protection Professionals in India (www.fdppi.in), a Section 8 company of the Data Protection Professionals, By the Data Protection Professionals and For the Data Protection Professionals is all set to continue its efforts in creating the NextGen … Continue reading

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Summarizing PDPSI-GDPR

Referring to all the articles on PDPSI-GDPR, the framework if it can be called so is suggested as a methodology for data auditors to adopt for conducting data audits. Most of the data audits are management decisions and for an … Continue reading

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What is the Pseudonymization Gateway?

Continuing our introduction of the PDPSI methodology for compliance and PDPSI-GDPR as a substitute to ISO27701 and BS10012, it is necessary to highlight one of the implementation specifications that PDPSI considers worth trying. This is the implementation of the “Pseudonymization … Continue reading

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Governance and Implementation structure under PDPSI-GDPR

In continuation of our earlier articles explaining the PDPSI-GDPR that encompasses the ISO 27701 and BS10012, we shall now look at the first of the six fundamental requirements listed earlier for PDPSI namely the implementation responsibility. A) Define Implementation Responsibility … Continue reading

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What is PDPSI-GDPR?

PDPSI was first developed for the purpose of compliance of PDPA. Hence it incorporated the following Six fundamental principles/requirements. Define Implementation Responsibility unambiguously with top management involvement Define the scope of implementation in terms of the laws that it needs … Continue reading

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