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Privacy & Data Protection

Privacy and data protection issues present a growing challenge as organisations must interpret and comply with complex and diverse international laws and regulations on how they handle personal information.

Customer and employee concerns over personal information have increased the reputational, regulatory and operational impact of a breach. A proactive approach to privacy and data protection is now seen as a competitive advantage and can minimize the likelihood and significance of such a breach.

Data Privacy

The large volumes of personal data processed across an organisation make it difficult to understand where the information is and how compliant it is. Does your organisation understand what personal data you are processing and how it moves across the enterprise during its lifecycle?

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Third Party Security

Now more than ever, organisations need to understand what sensitive information third-parties have and whether the controls protecting it are sufficient. With thousands of third-party relationships large organisations can have, this can be a formidable task. 

Data Leakage Prevention

Using powerful technology solutions, Deloitte can quantify the risk our clients are facing in relation to data leakage and discover, monitor and protect this confidential data wherever it is stored or used. 

Cryptography & PKI

Corporate services ranging from e-mail to Wi-Fi employ cryptography and PKI in various forms to achieve confidentiality, non-repudiation, integrity and authentication. Without governance, there could be thousands of keys but no accountability for their use or management. 


The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is usually regulated and must be considered by businesses that store or process credit card data. The implementation of the standards can be a complex and costly task. It is therefore important that the implementation follows a clear strategy.