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Empirical Results on the Collaboration Between Enterprise Architecture and Data Protection Management during the Implementation of the GDPR

By Dominik Huth, Fabian Burmeister, Florian Matthes and Ingrid Schirmer


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) forces data protection management experts in companies worldwide to provide in-depth documentation and ensure GDPR-compliant data processing. Enterprise architecture management (EAM) provides a theoretical and methodical framework to address the multitude of concerns that arise from regulatory requirements. In this work, we report results from 24 qualitative interviews with 29 enterprise architects on how EAM supported the work of data protection management experts. We derive a conceptual framework with four different levels of EA support for Data Protection Management, and discuss EAM prerequisites for each level

Topics: Enterprise Architecture Management, Data Protection Management, Collaboration, Gdpr
Publisher: AIS Electronic Library (AISeL)
Year: 2020
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