Define data handling through the privacy lens. Which fields are sensitive? And how do you handle them?
Data handling made easy: structure data, define privacy, and instruct the platform. Our data contracts allow you to quickly agree on how to handle data. Just follow these three simple steps. Start with describing the shape of your data: is it symmetrical or asymmetrical? Then annotate what parts are sensitive and which permissions you need to use them. Finally, define the procedures for handling data together. Who should handle data for storage? How long should the data be kept? And how? As soon as everyone is on the same page, you’re all set.
Data contracts are perfect for collaborating. What does engineering need from data to build a product? And what’s authorized by the legal team? You discuss, agree, and approve how data is handled. The result? Legal is reassured, and you get the most value out of your data. Win-win!
For all data you handle, you need a legal basis. The legal ground and additional handling determine if the data is fit for different purposes. In a data contract, you indicate which legal base warrants which purpose. We make sure your data is transformed to fit that purpose. We can't magically fix ill-collected data, but we can ensure you're confident that legal basis and purpose are in sync.
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