Library/Use Case/Data Analysis, Identity Management, Omnichannel, Privacy

Privacy Compliance (CDP Institute)

Use CDP to show personal data to customers, to store consent records, and as connection to source systems. . Process: Expose customer profile to system that responds to customer data requests. Store consent details in CDP and check for valid authority for data usage requests. Store origins of customer data and send change requests to source systems if required.

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