“Privacy by design” refers to the practice of integrating and embedding privacy and data protection into the development and implementation of information technology systems, business practices and policies, and products and applications. Despite the fact that the concept of privacy by design has existed for a long time, many organizations still struggle with how to meet and implement the requirements in practice. In this chapter, Alan Charles Raul, Francesca Blythe, and Sheri Porath Rockwell seek to demystify the concept, drawing on examples of how privacy by design can be implemented by organizations in practice.
An extract from GDR The Guide to Data as a Critical Asset - Edition 1. The whole publication is available here.