The General Data Protection Regulation's (GDPR) strict requirements and huge non-compliance penalties (€20 million or 4 percent of an organization's global annual turnover) make it stand out from all other regulations in the industry.
These requirements, which aim to provide individuals with more visibility over how their personal data is handled by enterprises, not only require organizations to enhance their security strategies to ensure data security at all levels, but also outline post-breach strategies to minimize the impact of attacks
The day the GDPR goes into effect, May 25, 2018, is fast approaching and it's high time for enterprises located in the EU or those that collect and process the personal data of EU citizens to take steps to comply with the GDPR.
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First, learn how the GDPR defines "personal data." Then, inventory all the personal data that your enterprise handles based onbusiness context.
When you store personal data separately from the rest of the data in your organization, it's easier to set up the right access controls. Only those who are supposed to view or perform operations on personal data should have access to that data.
In the event of a data breach, enterprises are expected to promptly detect and analyze what happened. Get notified whenever something goes wrong, such as data deletion or modification, or whenever there is an anomaly, such as continuous login failures due to a bad password on the database where data is stored.
Deploy systems that can detect breaches in real time and combat attacks immediately with automated workflows. Prepare incident reports that provide detailed information on the impact of a breach, including the data that was breached, how the breach occurred, and measures taken to prevent similar breaches in the future.
Track all access to files and folders or databases where personal data is stored. Don't forget to audit the activities and accesses of servers where the files/folders and databases reside. Any access or critical change to storage servers or the data itself—including permission changes, privilege escalations, unauthorized accesses, or data deletion and modification—should be audited to detect anomalies instantly.
The GDPR handbook
Do you know what the GDPR means by 'technical and organizational measures', ‘personal data’, ‘controllers’, and ‘processors’ ? Read this guide to become familiar with the GDPR's terms and to learn the action plans that you'll need to follow to be GDPR compliant.Read the handbook
The GDPR solution book
Decrypt the GDPR's articles pertaining to personal data security. Learn how our solutions can be leveraged to ensure personal data safety, audit access to personal data, and monitor user activities in the systems in where personal data is stored.View the solution book
Get ready for the GDPR
Understand the GDPR's requirements easily by viewing this presentation. Also, get to know how our security solutions can help you be GDPR compliant.View the presentation