Guide to Data Protection Law 2017 for Data Subjects

What are the principles of data protection?

Seventh Data Protection Principle - Security – integrity and confidentiality

Integrity and confidentiality means that personal data must be kept secure using both technical and organisational means and that only individuals and entities who need to use it actually have access to it. Keeping it secure means not just from malicious attacks, but also from inadvertent harm.

If you're interested in learning more about this topic, visit our guidance for organisations.

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