Most IoT data are personal data and subject to the GDPR
- Data within olmogo are strictly data subject related and thus in the sense of the GDPR optimally to manage
- See olmogo solution for GDPR for details on the GDPR conformity of olmogo
Mass data management
IoT devices produce gigantic amounts of data that need to be controlled, secured and managed.
- Realtime Analytics: to avoid unwanted access to any third party olmogo provides the agent Concept. Technical users are entitled to data analytics and, if necessary, can take actions.
- Encryption: To ensure security and GDPR compliance the data must be encrypted at the origin. This may not be applied on every record basis. Therefore olmogo can encrypt data streams rule based and thus protect them.
- Data sharing: IoT data should be shared with third parties as needed. These shares must be controllable, reversible or be limited in time.
- Data changes: IoT data must be under certain prerequisites be immutable.
- Archiving the data: Data should be archived if necessary.
For acceptance of IoT services customer trust is key.
- olmogo stores data strictly owner related . This means the customer (usually the producer and owner of the data) receives the complete sovereignty over this data. This control creates consumer trust.
- Nevertheless, the business models of the provider is not impaired.
IoT data require a high administrative effort for the providers.
- Expenses due to GDPR regulations are almost zero due to the ownership orientation of the data
- Expense through analytics and statistics can be automated with olmogo agents
- Rights and access management is implicit through the architecture