GDPR: What is the Right to Erasure?

February 26, 2018 FRANK KYAZZE

GDPR: What is the Right to Erasure?

The other week, Chris Lippert, Privacy Technical Lead at Schellman, wrote an excellent blog post that explores overlaps and differences between GDPR and other frameworks, including ISO/IEC 27000, NIST, and PCI, as well as ways organizations can start to bridge the gaps to achieve alignment with GDPR.

In this post, Frank Kyazze, Senior Associate at Schellman, zeroes in on one of the questions that sit at the heart of the GDPR: “What is the Right to Erasure?” In this highly informative article, Frank explains some of the rights of data holders, responsibilities of data controllers, and best practices for effectively responding to requests for erasure.

Read the full article over at threatstack.com

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