In returning to our cybersecurity series, the second of five keys to a sound cybersecurity plan considers collecting only the personal data that is necessary to your business’s needs. Recall that personal data generally includes a person’s name in combination with other identifying information.
The rule of thumb is that if you do not have a legitimate business need for certain personal data, you should not keep it or even collect it. If your business has a legitimate need for collecting certain personal data, the best approach is to keep that data only as long as it is necessary to conduct your business transactions and as long as the law requires.
A few examples for following this second step include the following:
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