- 9 October 2017, 07:30 in GDPR

Data Masking: Anonymisation or Pseudonymisation ?

Among the arsenal of IT security techniques available, pseudonymisation or anonymisation is highly recommended by the GDPR regulation. Such techniques reduce risk and assist “data processors” in fulfilling their data compliance regulations.

If it can be proven that the true identity of the individual cannot be derived from anonymised data, then this data is exempt from other methods ensuring the strict confidentiality of the actual data.

The two techniques differ and in...

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