Also as a tester you have to deal with personal data. What does this mean for you as a tester in connection with the new AVG, GDPR or privacy law? Can you still record test findings which contain personal data? Or do you have to anonymise these and if so, how do you anonymise them?
Test results and test findings are still all too often shared via email and spreadsheets. This only increases the chance of a data breach. Not a pleasant thought if your defects and results contain personal data.
When we speak of a mature test process, compliancy is an important part of it. In the context of creating a burden of proof, it is therefore advisable to take a good look at the testing process. How and what is tested? How and where are results and defects recorded? And does this all fit within the regulations?
Within the Testersuite team we are always talking about test maturity and taking it to the next level. Away from the 'Excel phase' and loose e-mails. At Testersuite we are constantly working on making testing professional and easy. In the context of the AVG, we have added an extra functionality to the most recent release of Testersuite (releases take place every two weeks). Namely, the anonymisation of personal data.
The animation below shows how you can easily and quickly anonymise personal data in Testersuite . As soon as the tester clicks on the 'save' button, the anonymised personal data are permanently gone. For users of Testersuite this functionality is described in detail in the release notes.
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