Are You Ready for GDPR?

Separate the facts
from the fiction

Kris Lahiri, Data Protection Officer

GDPR - New Privacy Regulation

What is GDPR?

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is designed to unify data protection regulations across all 28 EU member states.

GDPR Compliance by by May 2018

Mark the date

Businesses need to comply by May 25, 2018 or pay fines of up to €20 million or 4% global revenue, whichever is greatest.

How to Prepare for GDPR

Be prepared

Focusing on personal data protection should drive your entire GDPR strategy, policy and technology decisions.

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5 Key Actions to Take Now

A huge part of GDPR compliance is having a clear understanding of how your organisation processes, stores, and secures personal data. Here is a checklist to help you start your journey to GDPR compliance.

Appoint DPO to oversee Data Protection Strategy and Implementation

1. Appoint a DPO

The Data Protection Officer (DPO) oversees the data protection strategy and implementation.

Know what data you have and where it’s located to protect it

2. Know your content

You have to know what data you have and where it’s located in order to protect it.

Govern all your data using a single platform

3. Govern your data

Extend your reach into cloud-based data and manage it all on a single platform.

Have Data Breach Detection Tools in Place

4. Use best–in–class tools

Get the latest privacy and security technologies, including data breach detection tools.

Create an incident response team to help avoid GDPR fines

5. Create an incident response team

Report incidences to data protection authorities and the public to help avoid GDPR fines.

eBook Outlines the Requirements of EU GDPR Compliance

A Practical Guide to
GDPR Compliance