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GDPR – Big Data and Gamification of Data Blockchain
« on: September 11, 2018, 02:57:32 pm »

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Relating to GDPR, Big Data, Cyber Security and Blockchain Technology with the following screenshots are of CiviliXation, E-Gagauzia Project www.drachmae.money

Important elements to GDPR

GDPR has arrived – May 25, 2018. And the implications for big data are, well, big. 

Essentially, GDPR is a regulation intended to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union, and it applies regardless of where the company is located. Whether you’re located in the US or Thailand, if you do business with EU residents, you are subject to GDPR.

Future Proof Big Data Compliance

GDPR is not likely to be the only data regulation any organization will have to address. There are multiple laws out there, and the laws are going to change. These laws and regulations are going to be intended to protect citizens, the economy, government, and more.

With data breaches and cyber security incidents on the rise, it’s likely this will continue to be an issue.

Consider future-proofing data with Hybrid solutions as Blockchain Technology as one of many layers.

Consider the Cloud for GDPR

Many exploring the perfect time to think about the cloud for data. Your data is going to have to be:

  • Private
  • Be easily portable and removable
  • Meet the data minimization principle

At the same time, you’re going to have to understand your internal controls, infrastructure and data architecture in addition to that of any external partners or service providers. The liability of new regulation is going to fall on all parties. This just might be easier if you switch to a cloud or hybrid solution.

Private blockchain as one layer can lead to reducing costs and risks alongside less infrastructure requirements with less access points to enhance Cyber Security.

GDPR Consent Contract Manager / Co-Op Contract Manager “underpinned by Blockchain Technology and Smart Contracts”

Contracts can be built out to enable Multi-Party contract signatures for any type of Contract from GDPR Consent Contracts enabling parties to agree to data sharing and use agreements.

Contract Templates are built and structured to create a repeatable contract framework management tool, that will evolve over time to include Co-Op Management.






How the GDPR will shift the landscape of cybersecurity “What constitutes as personal data will change”

This is a broad term which covers anything used to disclose a person’s identity online, but under the GDPR, the definition of personal data will expand even more. Aside from the basics of name, phone number and email address, information like a postal code, driver’s license, passport, credit card, bank account, IP address, workplace, union membership, social factors, genetics and biometrics also need to be taken into account.

Before collecting this data, a website must obtain explicit consent from the person, clarify how the information will be used and honor the right of each individual to withdraw their consent any time, at which point the stored data must be erased altogether. 

Data collection and storage will be restrictive

Since GDPR lends itself to the expectation of increased data privacy, this builds pressure on websites to tighten their cybersecurity and even integrate new practices. This means getting highly specific on what qualifies as consent.

Assuming that anyone who visits the website has granted you access to their personal information for marketing uses is no longer an option: you must obtain permission for their data through affirmative action and unambiguous language that is visibly stated on the website. In addition, the data processing must be systematically monitored, and a public breach in this sensitive material needs to be reported within 72 hours of the security violation.

Standard firewall technologies are not enough

In this hyper-connected world, just about every kind of office equipment, from computers and printers to HVAC units and alarm systems to mobile devices, is now internet enabled.  This magnifies the potential for even the most secure networks to be compromised, so in response, the preventative measures need to become more sophisticated.

Firewall protection is beneficial, but this software is not adequate on its own anymore. A multi-layered approach to cybersecurity is more effective. Opt for technologies that encrypt unstructured data, automate all manual processing, condense the storage in one location and reinforce the safety of managed file transfers.

Network access endpoints must be integrated

Because multiple connected devices can increase the risk of personal data being exploited, all network access endpoints need to have one consolidated entry dashboard. This streamlines data management across the various endpoints, enhances visibility of the whole endpoint network so internal IT teams can supervise and protect the flow of data, controls who can move through an endpoint to minimize any threats of remote access, and optimizes the detection and response time for suspicious activities.

In addition, merging these network endpoints will create a meticulous and secure audit trail to ensure that you’re remaining accountable to all GDPR compliance directives.

Security risks should be assessed and reported

Data leakage can occur at any stage in the supply chain, so it’s important to perform routine checks on all aspects of this framework including website traffic, social media interaction, email threads and other forms of online engagement. This will identify the areas which are most vulnerable to a security breach, so the right measures can be taken to reduce the likelihood of a data penetration.

A thorough risk assessment also evaluates how efficiently the network access software is functioning to mitigate the spread of viruses, malware and other outside factors that contribute to lost or stolen data. The more informed you are of the risks, the better equipped you’ll be to avoid them.

Robust data processing strategies are critical

Under GDPR, data protection is split between two distinct tiers—the controller and processor. A business owner or manager who obtains the personal information from customers then decides how that data is utilized is the controller, and the employees who are responsible for executing a controller’s directives are the processors. In order to prevent any misuse of data, you need robust protocols to check the balance of power.

www.drachmae.money
Invite Code DTMA160818

Currency: 16249443332379212195
Code: CXCMD
Name: CIVIX
PRICE 200 NXT
300,000 For sale once the offer expires we will no longer offer CIVIX again for purchase
Description   
CiviliXation Digital Cooperative core objective is to enable the advancements of Blockchain and higher technologies to be used under existing laws for real use cases to be adopted. CiviliXation is a digital Social Economy connecting physical real time assets. Projects that can use CiviliXation structure: Agricultural Real estate Startups Tourism Energy Education
Supply   2'000'000 / 2'000'000 max
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Re: GDPR – Big Data and Gamification of Data Blockchain
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2018, 03:46:55 pm »

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Invite Code DTMA160818

Currency: 16249443332379212195
Code: CXCMD
Name: CIVIX
Description   
CiviliXation Digital Cooperative core objective is to enable the advancements of Blockchain and higher technologies to be used under existing laws for real use cases to be adopted. CiviliXation is a digital Social Economy connecting physical real time assets. Projects that can use CiviliXation structure: Agricultural Real estate Startups Tourism Energy Education
Supply   2'000'000 / 2'000'000 max
Creator   NXT-JJJW-2ZDX-BYNV-2KTG7


Relating to GDPR, Big Data, Cyber Security and Blockchain Technology with the following screenshots are of CiviliXation, E-Gagauzia Project www.drachmae.money

Important elements to GDPR

GDPR has arrived – May 25, 2018. And the implications for big data are, well, big. 

Essentially, GDPR is a regulation intended to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union, and it applies regardless of where the company is located. Whether you’re located in the US or Thailand, if you do business with EU residents, you are subject to GDPR.

Future Proof Big Data Compliance

GDPR is not likely to be the only data regulation any organization will have to address. There are multiple laws out there, and the laws are going to change. These laws and regulations are going to be intended to protect citizens, the economy, government, and more.

With data breaches and cyber security incidents on the rise, it’s likely this will continue to be an issue.

Consider future-proofing data with Hybrid solutions as Blockchain Technology as one of many layers.

Consider the Cloud for GDPR

Many exploring the perfect time to think about the cloud for data. Your data is going to have to be:

  • Private
  • Be easily portable and removable
  • Meet the data minimization principle

At the same time, you’re going to have to understand your internal controls, infrastructure and data architecture in addition to that of any external partners or service providers. The liability of new regulation is going to fall on all parties. This just might be easier if you switch to a cloud or hybrid solution.

Private blockchain as one layer can lead to reducing costs and risks alongside less infrastructure requirements with less access points to enhance Cyber Security.

GDPR Consent Contract Manager / Co-Op Contract Manager “underpinned by Blockchain Technology and Smart Contracts”

Contracts can be built out to enable Multi-Party contract signatures for any type of Contract from GDPR Consent Contracts enabling parties to agree to data sharing and use agreements.

Contract Templates are built and structured to create a repeatable contract framework management tool, that will evolve over time to include Co-Op Management.






How the GDPR will shift the landscape of cybersecurity “What constitutes as personal data will change”

This is a broad term which covers anything used to disclose a person’s identity online, but under the GDPR, the definition of personal data will expand even more. Aside from the basics of name, phone number and email address, information like a postal code, driver’s license, passport, credit card, bank account, IP address, workplace, union membership, social factors, genetics and biometrics also need to be taken into account.

Before collecting this data, a website must obtain explicit consent from the person, clarify how the information will be used and honor the right of each individual to withdraw their consent any time, at which point the stored data must be erased altogether. 

Data collection and storage will be restrictive

Since GDPR lends itself to the expectation of increased data privacy, this builds pressure on websites to tighten their cybersecurity and even integrate new practices. This means getting highly specific on what qualifies as consent.

Assuming that anyone who visits the website has granted you access to their personal information for marketing uses is no longer an option: you must obtain permission for their data through affirmative action and unambiguous language that is visibly stated on the website. In addition, the data processing must be systematically monitored, and a public breach in this sensitive material needs to be reported within 72 hours of the security violation.

Standard firewall technologies are not enough

In this hyper-connected world, just about every kind of office equipment, from computers and printers to HVAC units and alarm systems to mobile devices, is now internet enabled.  This magnifies the potential for even the most secure networks to be compromised, so in response, the preventative measures need to become more sophisticated.

Firewall protection is beneficial, but this software is not adequate on its own anymore. A multi-layered approach to cybersecurity is more effective. Opt for technologies that encrypt unstructured data, automate all manual processing, condense the storage in one location and reinforce the safety of managed file transfers.

Network access endpoints must be integrated

Because multiple connected devices can increase the risk of personal data being exploited, all network access endpoints need to have one consolidated entry dashboard. This streamlines data management across the various endpoints, enhances visibility of the whole endpoint network so internal IT teams can supervise and protect the flow of data, controls who can move through an endpoint to minimize any threats of remote access, and optimizes the detection and response time for suspicious activities.

In addition, merging these network endpoints will create a meticulous and secure audit trail to ensure that you’re remaining accountable to all GDPR compliance directives.

Security risks should be assessed and reported

Data leakage can occur at any stage in the supply chain, so it’s important to perform routine checks on all aspects of this framework including website traffic, social media interaction, email threads and other forms of online engagement. This will identify the areas which are most vulnerable to a security breach, so the right measures can be taken to reduce the likelihood of a data penetration.

A thorough risk assessment also evaluates how efficiently the network access software is functioning to mitigate the spread of viruses, malware and other outside factors that contribute to lost or stolen data. The more informed you are of the risks, the better equipped you’ll be to avoid them.

Robust data processing strategies are critical

Under GDPR, data protection is split between two distinct tiers—the controller and processor. A business owner or manager who obtains the personal information from customers then decides how that data is utilized is the controller, and the employees who are responsible for executing a controller’s directives are the processors. In order to prevent any misuse of data, you need robust protocols to check the balance of power.

Currency: 16249443332379212195
Code: CXCMD
Name: CIVIX
Description   
CiviliXation Digital Cooperative core objective is to enable the advancements of Blockchain and higher technologies to be used under existing laws for real use cases to be adopted. CiviliXation is a digital Social Economy connecting physical real time assets. Projects that can use CiviliXation structure: Agricultural Real estate Startups Tourism Energy Education
Supply   2'000'000 / 2'000'000 max
Creator   NXT-JJJW-2ZDX-BYNV-2KTG7
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