Do you have a ‘data graveyard’? It may cost you down the road

A publicly-traded German real estate company faces multi-million euro fines under Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for retaining data “longer than necessary” on its tenants. Deutsche Wohnen is a Berlin-based property management company with a large portfolio of commercial, residential, nursing and assisted living units. In 2017, an audit of Deutche Wohnen’s data management …

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