GDPR Compliance for Small Businesses: What You Need to KnowTag: GDPR
The GDPR will apply to small businesses located in the US because the internet creates a global marketplace.
Data MinimizationTag: Privacy assessment
Today, many organizations believe that the more data you have the more valuable it is. However, the over collection of personal information can dramatically increase the potential harm to individuals in case of a data breach. In addition, collecting unnecessary or indirect information that is loosely tied to a purpose is increasingly viewed as exceeding the scope of consent.
Classifying DataTag: Public data
Under State Technology Policy 141.10, Agencies must classify data into categories based on the sensitivity of the data. This checklist helps Agencies determine what type of data they are collecting and the proper handling of that data.
The Office of Privacy and Data Protection is also the sponsor for “Privacy Modeling,” a web application that identifies the privacy laws relevant to the product or service you wish to create.