The countdown to 25 May 2018 is well underway, and yet 48 percent of businesses confess to not being ready for the EU’s GDPR and only in early stages of preparation.
The General Data Protection Regulation requires businesses to implement technical and organisational measures and procedures to ensure that personal data processing safeguards the rights of EU subjects (by design) and that, by default, processing is only as necessary.
With organisations facing heavy fines for non-compliance, GDPR will mean significant change to the way companies manage and process personal data, and change to privacy compliance programmes, IT systems and infrastructure – and businesses are going to be looking to IT providers for support.
GDPR: A Guide for Vuzion Partners looks at
- GDPR's key points and requirements
- What organisations can do to prepare
- The IT solution provider's role
- Vuzion and next steps: Location, governance, security, and reporting – four key areas for customers to consider when looking at personal data.
Download GDPR: A Guide for Vuzion Partners