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We've come a long way over the past few years when it comes to employee rights. Digital tools have made it possible for employees to work from anywhere. However, employers must ensure that employees' personal data remains protected and that they can continue to exercise their privacy rights.
This guide uncovers the most crucial privacy obligations that employers must address while hiring, onboarding, and managing their employees’ personal data.
Employers must demonstrate data protection compliance by training, auditing, documenting processing activities, and reviewing HR policies. They should also only collect personal data that is adequate, relevant, and necessary.
Generally, an employer can disclose private information only if the disclosure is required by law or if there is a legitimate business need.
The Multi-disciplinary practice to grow trust-equity of your brand and comply with privacy regulations
This white paper outlines the top 5 challenges in Data Security & Privacy within a Multicloud setting and provides effective solutions to address them.
"Delve into the '5 Critical Consent Requirements' with Securiti's white paper. Understand the evolving cookie landscape, the implications of Google's changes to Chrome, and the GDPR requirements for user consent.
At Securiti, our mission is to enable organizations to safely harness the incredible power of Data & AI.
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