A principle based on putting data protection and privacy at the foundations of any new business process or system created rather than layering them on as a later consideration. Although not mandated by data regulations, it is strongly advised in order to help ensure compliance throughout your organisation.
The principle will be relevant when any new project is being planned. Common examples of projects that will require particular attention to the privacy and protection of data include:
Embedding data protection principles from the offset of any new project has plenty of benefits when it comes to risk and consumer trust. By considering the implications from the beginning you can:
We look at how you can encourage a data quality centric culture in your organisation by understanding the issues with your current business case – and advice on how to make it more powerful.