In this day and age, data quality has never been more important. Too often, accurate data is overlooked as we are bogged down with day to day activities, leading to errors, security risks and quality ...
Webinar Replay with Paul Hammersly
According to new research from the UK & Ireland SAP User Group, around 86% of users have yet to grasp the implications of GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulation) as it relates to their existing and future SAP inventory.
The answer lies in addressing all the different aspects of GDPR. One considerable challenge is the Right to be Forgotten (Article 17), which refers to the right to have personal data erased in some specific circumstances. With GDPR, the onus is on an organisation to prove why a particular data subject’s information cannot be deleted from their systems. As a result, organisations are considering ways in which they may be able to remove isolated datasets from their systems. Many start with archiving, but realise the cost and time required for an archiving project will be extremely high for one subject’s data removal.
Data Redact is a new solution developed for redacting identifiable information in your SAP systems. This enables the removal of any link between the natural person and the remaining record, without the need to remove transactional data, and without losing the reporting capabilities on the rest of the dataset.
Join Paul Hammersley for a focused 30-minute webinar on how Data Redact can redact the identifiable information to comply with the GDPR law, but still retain the data in your SAP system for analytics.
Paul Hammersley, VP ALM Product Portfolio at EPI-USE Labs
For many years, Paul has been a remarkable technical force at EPI-USE Labs. As Head of Landscape and Data Services, his portfolio includes System Landscape Optimization, and his hands-on experience of implementing Data Sync Manager and helping clients to manage data across the breadth of their SAP landscape is unique. He has specialised knowledge about Data Security and how the GDPR will impact companies running SAP.