During the last weeks, I have given a number of examples of how I think about implementing Privacy by Design in an organization.
This is not a legal advise how to be GDPR compliant. But, as it is my own company I’m describing in the examples, I’m eating my own dog food.
The articles so far in chronological order:
EA for a very small organisation http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/8/19/ea-for-a-very-small-organisation
Small and complex business - http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/8/19/smallandcomplexbusiness
Masterdata for film production - http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/8/20/masterdata-for-film-produktion
Design IT for co-operation http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/8/22/design-it-for-co-operation
Privacy concerns with cloud - http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/8/26/privacy-concerns-with-cloud-in-film-production
Tools for collaboration and Privacy by Design- http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/9/8/Tools-for-collaboration-and-privacy
Need to now basis - http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/9/9/need-to-know-basis
Two business units and shared IT - http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/9/10/Two-business-units-and-shared-IT
Integrations and Privacy by design - http://disruptivearchitecture.info/blog/2019/9/10/Integrations-and-privacy-by-design
You are welcome to give feedback and wish for more examples in the comments section below.