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Privacy What Developers and IT Professionals Should Know by J. C. Cannon

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Conclusion

Applications can do a lot to help the enforcement of a company's privacy policies. This simple application shows how role-based access to data can be managed. The dearth of privacy features made the program more complex than it needed to be. For example, the database does not support native encryption or data tagging. Just think if the database were smart enough to automatically encrypt data based on its data category. These are the types of features that developers need to add to applications.

This application did not include logging, which is a very important part of a data governance system. For a doctor's office, this is extremely important. A patient should be able to track everyone who has access to his or her sensitive data ...

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