The management and retention of information has become so important that an effective Information lifecycle management strategy is now an essential part of an organisations overall approach to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance.
A key requirement of GDPR is the ‘right to be forgotten’ and ‘data portability’ involving the identification, blocking, deletion and archival of sensitive data. SAP Information Lifecycle Management (SAP ILM) enables data to be archived from SAP ERP but also further supports blocking and deletion capabilities.
SAP ILM helps meet your data privacy obligations by automating data retention management. Auditing and reporting functions provide centralised management with rules-based retention policies to help minimise business risk.
An extra benefit of SAP ILM is the ability for organisations to archive data in accessible and searchable formats. With IT system landscapes continuing to grow in size and complexity, maintaining multiple diverse systems can be very costly and impair system performance. SAP ILM allows organisations to securely move data from older legacy systems to longer term, less expensive storage but maintain access to archived data in a compliant manner.
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NOTE: Information in this communication in no way guarantees that SAP customers will achieve GDPR compliance. It is the customer’s responsibility to adopt measures that the customer deems appropriate to achieve GDPR compliance. The purpose of this content is not to provide legal advice or exhaustive information but rather to create awareness of the implications of the rules under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). If you have any questions about the issues raised or if specific advice is needed, please consult your legal advisor.
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