If you are using a SAP CRM system and its email marketing system with prospects and customers from the European Union, then the GDPR legislation is very important for you and your organization. You will need explicit permission to store records and email addresses of prospects and customers to follow GDPR compliance requirements. Pseudonymization can reduce the risk with these data protection processes.
What do Human Resources departments need to know about Data Protection Policy (GDPR) when using SAP HCM or SAP SuccessFactor systems?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced from 25 May 2018, giving Human Resources (HR) departments just a few months to ensure that they have updated their processes for collecting and processing data about employees, former employees and job candidates.
Three important GDPR articles that HR needs to know now....
The best way to eliminate your risk is to anonymize the data in secondary systems. Anonymizing the data removes the need for data privacy consent and (with proof) removes the systems from GDPR compliance processing, while still providing the data for analysis or testing.