Understanding the Data Protection requirements and how to comply.
A lot has changed since 1995, the last time a major European law was passed on the subject of data protection (the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC). For example, mobile devices are ubiquitous, and it’s not unusual to carry two or even three at a time. Meanwhile, sensitive company data is moving outside the safety of the traditional corporate security perimeter. Employees email documents to themselves, access data from personal smartphones and tablets, and store data in the cloud. Major personal data breaches are commonplace today, putting customers at risk of identity theft and financial loss, and businesses at risk of losing customer and investor loyalty, as well as regulatory fines. This whitepaper discusses what the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will mean to organizations globally.
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