Data privacy is the virtue of information technology, that deals with the ability an organisation or individual has to determine what data in a computer system can be shared with third parties.
It is also known as information privacy. It is the connection between the gathering and dissemination of knowledge, technology, the general public expectation privacy, legal and political issues surrounding them.
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Privacy is a fundamental right. Data privacy is important in a number of aspects. It is essential for you to be aware that your data is being stored and used by the host of companies.
It’s important for every company to possess the private information of millions of customers which must be kept private in order to keep customers identities stay safe and protected and the company's reputation remains undamaged.
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Data protection secures data against unauthorised access. It is slightly different from data privacy. On the other hand, data privacy is about authorized access who has it and who defined it.
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Difference between data privacy and data protection:
Data protection in India:
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Data privacy brings business value:
Data privacy technology:
There are different kinds of tools that are used by various IT sectors and other industries to keep a check on their data privacy. These tools help to make data protection simple and handy.
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Top 10 privacy tools:
5 personal data privacy tools:
Data privacy management software:
Data privacy tools and software:
mPrivacy.org is an initiative by OpenGrowth.org for all the telcos and mobile operators to come together and support a common standard for ethical data exchange that is both privacy-preserving while being risk-aware. OpenGrowth takes an initiative to maintain anonymity, secure privacy and look overs risk awareness through the ethical exchange of data. It follows the privacy rules and OpenGrowth keeps a check on this before published any detail of the organization or their employees.
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