A recent press release reports, “Integris Software introduces its Data Privacy Dictionary, a new tool to help data privacy, data governance and data protection professionals have a common lexicon to improve their communication and privacy management programs. Organizations face a variety of new challenges with shifting regulations like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as one example. With the expanding definition of personal information (PI) and the increase of data combinations that can become toxic in a data breach, businesses need a tool to understand the terminology of privacy regulations and help them find more information on these laws. The Integris Data Privacy Dictionary was built as a resource for these challenges and to create a better understanding of global data privacy regulations and terms.”
The release goes on, “The Integris Data Privacy Dictionary contains composite and normalized definitions of privacy terms based on leading privacy organizations, government privacy authorities, practitioners, and thought leaders. The online dictionary will evolve as new terms and data practices develop, and it also includes an ongoing option for members of the global data privacy community to suggest new terms or offer edits to existing ones. The Integris Data Privacy Dictionary was launched with more than 60 key industry terms. A sampling of entries covers regulations like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and key industry terms including data discovery and classification, data governance, data inventory, data privacy automation, data subject access request and more. In addition, the dictionary helps define what is considered personal information along with other relevant terms for decoding compliance.”
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