With End-to-End Encryption, Compliance Trouble Brewing for Legal

An almost air-tight protection, end-to-end encryption can stop internal compliance or e-discovery efforts dead in their tracks.

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An almost air-tight protection, end-to-end encryption can stop internal compliance or e-discovery efforts dead in their tracks.

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  • Wael Aggan

    There are many varieties of End-to-End encryption. Anonymization protects the data in transition, storage and in process. Accordingly, it protects the data even from the cloud providers, governments, and insiders. I like to point you to the latest GDPR approved by EU and UK, Chapter 5 Rec 6 states "The GDPR does not apply to data that are rendered anonymous in such a way that individuals cannot be identified from the data. Data that are fully anonymized (i.e., data from which no individuals can be identified) are outside the scope of both the EU data protection Directive and the GDPR. Also, the data can be converted to clear text if it received by approved processes , such as internal compliance or e-discovery

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