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Best Practices for Data Residency Compliance with AEP

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Hello Adobe Community,

 

I'm reaching out to gather insights on adhering to data residency regulations while implementing AEP.

 

We manage several websites that are subject to stringent data residency laws (Like Korea). I am seeking technical guidance on how to align our use of Adobe's products with these legal requirements.

Specifically, I'd like to understand the necessary steps to ensure compliance when handling personally identifiable information (PII).

 

For instance, is it a recommended or required practice to hash PII before it is collected via the web SDK, or are there alternative methods within the Adobe ecosystem that can help us meet these regulations?

 

Any advice on configurations, settings, or processes within RTCDP and AJO that support data residency compliance would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time and assistance.

 

Best regards,
Rap

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Hello,

 

You should be able to handle the PII and the other sensitive data using the out of the box labels. 
please take a look at https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-platform/data-governance/labels/reference.html?la...

 

 

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Hello,

 

You should be able to handle the PII and the other sensitive data using the out of the box labels. 
please take a look at https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-platform/data-governance/labels/reference.html?la...