Starting this year, organizations that do not comply with the rules of the General Data Protection Act (LGPD) may already be subject to fines and punishments. In this context, companies that use the Oracle JD Edwards ERP must promote some changes to adapt to the requirements of the LGPD. But if you don't know what steps to take to comply with the new law, don't worry! Check out in this article what changes are necessary in the Oracle JD Edwards software to adapt your company to the LGPD and avoid warnings, blocks and fines.
What does the GDPR say?
The General Data Protection Law (Law 13,709), better known as LGPD, was approved in 2018 and aims to regulate data collection of individuals throughout the Brazilian territory, ensuring greater protection of the privacy and autonomy of consumers, employees and partners in relation to your personal information. In other words, with the LGPD, people have greater control over the use of their data by public and private institutions, since the law establishes rules that must be followed by companies and governments with regard to the collection, treatment and storage of data. personal information, such as name, CPF, RG and address, and sensitive data, such as biometrics, religion, political orientation, health record, etc. According to the new law, Companies are required to ask for the data subject's consent to use this information, in addition to making all data use policies clear and adopting measures to protect the privacy of information. Based on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), European legislation that came into force in 2018, the LGPD emerged against a backdrop of an increase in the number of personal data leaks around the world. The LGPD is valid for all personal data that are collected in Brazil, whether this data is from Brazilians or not, and applies to companies that process information in the national territory, regardless of the location of the organization's headquarters. In addition, LGPD also protects data used to provide goods or services to society.
Oracle JD Edwards: How to adapt to GDPR
Oracle JD Edwards ERP is one of the most modern and efficient systems on the market when it comes to managing the operational and productive processes of companies. And because it gathers various personal and/or sensitive information, there are some actions that must be taken in this software to ensure compliance with the requirements of the LGPD. Check out what needs to be done within the JD Edwards system:
Mapping the data: the first step is to identify the personal and sensitive data in the internal files (screens and reports).
Limit access to personal and sensitive data: By implementing a security extension on specific fields in JD Edwards it is possible to limit access to personal data only to authorized persons.
Conduct audits: Audits ensure that security is implemented as initially defined.
Promote the anonymization of the Database: when being made available for a development or testing environment, the database data must be masked, making the records unrecognizable. This is possible through the Database's own tools, SQL scripts or specific programs for this function.
Carry out the treatment of data deletion: in order to comply with legal requirements and the data subject's relationship with the company, it may be requested that personal information be deleted from the records, with or without archiving this data in a backup.
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