ARIANE : la Gouvernance des Données comme Accélérateur de Conformité au Règlement Général sur la Protection des Données

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Assurer la conformité au règlement général sur la protection des données (RGPD) passe par la mise en place de la protection de la vie privée dès la conception des processus métiers des organisations (privacy by design). Il est par conséquent nécessaire de prendre en compte les contraintes liées à l'usage des données à caractère personnel dans le plan d'urbanisme des systèmes d'informations (SI). La démonstration présente ARIANE, une plateforme intégrée de gouvernance des données à caractère personnel. ARIANE permet d'industrialiser la protection de la vie privée en constituant un référentiel unique de personnes physiques.

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