Data sovereignty regulations that control what personal data can be moved across borders are increasing. “Anonymization”, meaning potential to identify an individual is sufficiently removed to protect their privacy, is critical in many of these regulations. GDPR, the US Privacy Shield, Brazil’s LGPD data protection law and many others mandate this anonymization before data can be transferred and analyzed.
There is no “one size fits all” for what levels of de-identification are required during cross-border transfers. An automated and customizable approach to different levels of data privacy will assist enterprises with data sovereignty at a global scale.
With the Privitar Data Privacy Platform™, organizations can set policies that ensure the right amount of data de-identification, and track where it’s going and who can access it. Adding Privitar’s data privacy solutions to data sovereignty management provides a scalable, customizable approach while maximizing the use of data for valuable insights.