Privacy regulations across the world, including India, have become stringent. Companies which fail to comply have to pay heavy penalties, and in some cases, risk losing the sanctions to run their businesses. Whether it is GDPR, CCPA or the impending Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill in India, companies have to engineer solutions for three aspects:
- Data acquisition
- Data storage
- Re-engineering data infrastructure for privacy
Sectors which are most hit by privacy regulations, including India, are: fintech, banking, health-tech, healthcare and social media platforms. Here, compliance and liabilities will be far more here.
Meetup on 4 July: The schedule for the meetup on 4 July is updated here: https://hasgeek.com/fifthelephant/data-governance-meetups/schedule
Participation in the meetup is via Zoom, for registered participants. Alternatively, you can watch the YouTube livestream on this page.
About the curator: This meetup series is curated by The Fifth Elephant alumnus, Rajat Venkatesh. Rajat is developing solutions for data governance, and is interested in discovering peers, leading to a forum for/of engineers working on data governance.
This set of meetups is for engineers - who are working on data governance solutions and approaches - to showcase their work and get feedback from their peers on the soundness, merit and challenges of the approaches. See Call for Presentations (CfP) to share your work.
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Devangana Khokkar, Shadab Siddiqui, Rajat Venkatesh, Amol Naik and Jebu Ittiachen
Birds Of Feather (BOF) session: on the business/organizational context for engineering for compliance and data governanceThis session will cover: Business context - and extent of regulation and regulatory oversight. Therefore, how is engineering structured to deal with this? Organizational structure - and therefore resources allocated for engineering for data governance. What the future holds for engineering for data governance, especially with privacy bill passage in India.