Let’s Create a Compliance Culture in Indian Data Protection Community


All those interested in Data Protection law compliance in India

Dear Friends

I invite you all for the webinar on “Data Trust Score under DPCSI” scheduled for 11.00 am on Sunday, July 10, 2022. The webinar will be on Zoom. The meeting ID is 882 8084 0436. The pass code is : dts_07

The approximate duration would be one hour followed by discussions. During the session, I will try to explain how Data Protection compliance maturity of an organization can be expressed in terms of a “Data Trust Score” just as how the credit ratings express the investment worthiness of a financial instrument.

The framework based on which the model of DTS would be explained is the Data Protection Compliance Management System which is uniquely built as a “Unified system for compliance of Personal Data Protection under ITA 2000/PDPB2019 or DPA 2021/GDPR etc.

During the session, the use of an online tool that can be used for a self estimation of the data protection status of an organization would also be described.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a revolutionary change in the way companies can handle their data protection compliance requirements. MSMEs in particular should be more interested since the tool would help them to start their journey to be compliant with the law as it emerges.

The objective of this interaction is to make compliance easier and more affordable so that we can together create a “Compliance Culture” in India.

Whether the Government passes the Personal Data Protection bill (PDPB 2019/DPA 2021) during monsoon or not, responsible companies need to start their journey towards compliance.

Even when changes are brought, the foundation principles of compliance will not change. Let vested interests continue their fight to avoid compliance responsibility.

We the responsible corporates shall show the way to respect and be compliant with the legislative intention already reflected under the concept of “Due Diligence” and . “Reasonable Security Practice” in ITA 2000/8.


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