Legal teams will need to be omnipresent through the creation and evaluation of GDPR strategies, as the regulation can impose big fines to companies that fail to comply with the regulatory changes.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) delivers a fundamental change in how data controllers and data processors handle personal data
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation represents the biggest change to local data protection laws in over twenty years
The incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will transform the way businesses process and manage data, giving more control to citezens and customers as a result
Struggling to get started with GDPR? Watch this video to discover how you can become GDPR compliant.
Leading CISOs, lawyers and data protection experts discuss how organisations can get ready for the introduction of GDPR.
In this Micro Focus roundtable, information security experts discuss how CISOs can use GDPR to drive business transformation, from improved data management to generating new revenue streams.
GDPR sees the introduction of mandatory security notifications and data breach fines, putting the CISO under huge pressure to improve defences and attack remediation.
CISOs are under huge pressure to keep their business protected, and now they must ensure that the organisation is compliant with the upcoming GDPR. Here’s how they can get started.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have a huge impact on EU citizens and the multinational organisations handling their data. So how can companies become GDPR compliant by May 2018?
The General Data Protection Regulation may be an EU directive, but its reach goes far beyond companies simply based out of Europe.
Whilst GDPR data breach fines look set to hurt non-compliant companies, they will also help to encourage good security governance.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new EU-wide data protection framework that sweeps away the patchwork of individual country laws.