Defining Your Scope

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Time
2 hours 19 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
3
Video Transcription
00:00
welcome back to student data privacy fundamentals. In this lesson, we will talk about defining your scope.
00:07
You will learn what scope your data govern governance policy will cover
00:12
when you define your scope First think about who
00:16
pause the video to read the example on this slide.
00:19
You can use that example to adapt for your own first paragraph of the scope section of your policy.
00:31
Next, list out specific aspects of what your scope covers.
00:37
Pause the video to read the example on this slide
00:40
and the following two slides.
00:42
You can use that example toe Adapt for your own second paragraph of the scope section of your policy.
01:08
Let's try a quiz now.
01:11
True or false. In a broad sense, the scope of your data governance policy should address the WHO and what of data privacy in your organization,
01:21
who the policy pertains to and what types of data systems and or devices are affected.
01:30
The answer to that is true.
01:37
In today's video, we discussed defining the scope of who your data governance policy effects
01:42
and what types of data and tools it pertains to.
01:48
In the next lesson, we will define compliance in our data governance policy.
01:53
See you soon
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