The European Union's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into full force on May 25, 2018. The GDPR aims to deliver more privacy and protection to the personal data collected by organizations that either operate in the EU or handle EU citizens' personal data. Many organizations are already working on becoming GDPR-compliant before the encroaching deadline. Be sure your organization is also on the right track.
But achieving GDPR compliance is just the first step; sustaining compliance after May 25th is where the real challenge lies. With cyber attacks evolving every day and the GDPR leveraging major fines for non-compliance, securing your customers' personal data is critical.
That's why we've written an e-book just about GDPR compliance, including an overview of important terms and principles, as well as individuals' new rights under the GDPR.