The importance of strict data management in the heavy industry, suitable ways of storing this data and what the work of a Data Controller should include.
Data is becoming more and more valuable. Also, skills and opportunities for retrieving different types of personal data are evolving extremely fast. Unauthorized, careless or ignorant processing of personal data can cause great harm to persons and to companies.
Data management refers to the creation of a file, right up until the time it is deleted. Set in changing locations, with a diverse project team, data management can be complicated in heavy industries such as construction and mining. The diverse number of workers in this project team, such as architects, engineers and contractors all have the specific rights, such as data protection of any personal information, that can identify the person involved.
Different forms of data storage are discussed, concentrating on traditional and digital methods and mentioning the important benefits, but also the disadvantages of using one or the other. While an obvious benefit is the amount of space taken up by traditional files, internet hacking and viruses are two important disadvantages of digital filing.
The importance of a skilled Data Controller is growing with the large increase in cybercrime, costing the global economy over $600 billion in 2017. So how do you stay compliant with data protection requirements? This eBook discusses their responsibility to confirm that data is only used for the reasons agreed upon and includes the consent of someone that any personal data applies to.
Download the eBook to find out more about :
- Different types and forms of data storage.
- Reasons why data management is so important in hard-hat industries.
- What sort of data is gathered by contract companies.
- Who is a Data Controller is and what guidelines they need to follow.