GDPR News Center News for 10-23-2018

Box GDPR Compliance

With the General Data Protection Regulation just around the corner, we’re committed to being GDPR-ready by May 25, 2018, so that our customers can use Box with GDPR compliance in mind. At Box, we meet the highest bars possible for data privacy, as well as support organizations using Box while meeting data privacy obligations across the globe. With Box, every company – regardless of location or data privacy obligations – can work as one. 

Keywords: [“Box”,”Data”,”privacy”]
Source: https://www.box.com/gdpr

» Organisations

The General Data Protection Regulation very significantly increases the obligations and responsibilities for organisations and businesses in how they collect, use and protect personal data. At the centre of the new law is the requirement for organisations and businesses to be fully transparent about how they are using and safeguarding personal data, and to be able to demonstrate accountability for their data processing activities. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”personal”,”how”]
Source: http://gdprandyou.ie/organisations/

General Data Protection Regulation Consulting & Compliance Services

Create a pragmatic roadmap and facilitate data compliance by evaluating current security practices against GDPR requirements. GDPR consulting tailors appropriate security measures to your organization’s requirements. Avoid new vulnerabilities with ongoing security testing, assessments and exercises. Implement security controls and processes to patch gaps and help to maintain a GDPR-compliant security posture. 

Keywords: [“security”,”GDPR”,”requirements”]
Source: https://www.secureworks.com/services/security-consulting/controls-compliance/gdpr

Protect Personal Data on Your Website

Manually searching for data across your digital presence is a tedious task. With Siteimprove GDPR, you save that time by automatically locating the personal data you handle online-think names, ID numbers, cookies, and more. Now you have the power to pinpoint and remove that data across your website, minimizing the risk of fines and other legal consequences on your way to GDPR compliance. 

Keywords: [“data”,”across”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://siteimprove.com/en-us/gdpr/

Data Protection and Complying with GDPR Laws

It’s no longer just about finding and securing data: it’s about proactively capturing the full context of data, classifying what level of security is needed, establishing and adhering to the necessary controls, and implementing ongoing best practices to ensure data is managed safely and successfully. Collibra provides the necessary foundation for any successful cyber security program. 

Keywords: [“data”,”Collibra”,”security”]
Source: https://www.collibra.com/data-governance/data-protection/

EU General Data Protection Regulation

FastSpring is compliant with the EU General Protection Regulation. Our ecommerce platform is capable of conducting business with all EU-based customers online store. FastSpring complies with the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework as set forth by the US Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries. 

Keywords: [“FastSpring”]
Source: https://fastspring.com/gdpr/

GDPR Compliance and Elasticsearch

Mike joined Elastic in 2016 from Prelert, where he’d been VP of Products for Prelert’s machine learning technology. Mike’s focus at Elastic is to help users and customers succeed with security-related applications of the Elastic Stack. Starting his career as an ASIC designer, Mike has led the development of SIEM, network IPS, DDoS Defense, and network monitoring solutions. 

Keywords: [“Elastic”,”Mike”,”network”]
Source: https://www.elastic.co/webinars/gdpr-compliance-and-elasticsearch

GDPR Compliance and Elasticsearch

Mike joined Elastic in 2016 from Prelert, where he’d been VP of Products for Prelert’s machine learning technology. Mike’s focus at Elastic is to help users and customers succeed with security-related applications of the Elastic Stack. Starting his career as an ASIC designer, Mike has led the development of SIEM, network IPS, DDoS Defense, and network monitoring solutions. 

Keywords: [“Elastic”,”Mike”,”network”]
Source: https://www.elastic.co/webinars/gdpr-compliance-and-elasticsearch

Data Mapping May Be the Hardest Part of GDPR Compliance

K Royal is in the business of making sure companies are compliant with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. As senior director of privacy at compliance and security company TrustArc Inc., she helps organizations bridge the gap between knowing they must fully follow the GDPR, and actually crossing the finish line. 

Keywords: [“company”]
Source: https://www.law.com/corpcounsel/2018/08/15/data-mapping-may-be-the-hardest-part-of-gdpr-compliance/

Data Mapping May Be the Hardest Part of GDPR Compliance

K Royal is in the business of making sure companies are compliant with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. As senior director of privacy at compliance and security company TrustArc Inc., she helps organizations bridge the gap between knowing they must fully follow the GDPR, and actually crossing the finish line. 

Keywords: [“company”]
Source: https://www.law.com/corpcounsel/2018/08/15/data-mapping-may-be-the-hardest-part-of-gdpr-compliance/

eBay Inc.

The General Data Protection Regulation is a comprehensive update to existing European Union laws that goes into effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR was designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, to protect and empower all EU resident’s data privacy and to reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”privacy”,”across”]
Source: https://www.ebayinc.com/our-company/privacy-center/gdpr/

Analytics Platform

Matomo GDPR services We offer solutions and services to help you have a Matomo configuration ready for GDPR compliance. As the world leaders when it comes to privacy and customer data, we are looking forward to providing you support for our analytics platform which helps you achieve GDPR compliance easily. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”compliance”,”help”]
Source: https://matomo.org/gdpr/

General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation, the world’s most expansive data privacy law, takes effect May 25, 2018. Any group that processes the personal data of European residents must comply with the new law. Non-compliance can result in fines up to €20million or 4% of annual turnover, whichever is higher. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”law”]
Source: https://www.veritas.com/gdpr

GDPR Compliance in 5 minutes

General Data Protection Regulation has created a wealth of uncertainty around compliance for marketers. This 5 minute summary explains the core principals for GPDR, what it means for inbound and outbound marketing and how to make web forms compliant. 

Keywords: [“marketers”]
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBRUYUheTTs

GDPR Compliance in 5 minutes

General Data Protection Regulation has created a wealth of uncertainty around compliance for marketers. This 5 minute summary explains the core principals for GPDR, what it means for inbound and outbound marketing and how to make web forms compliant. 

Keywords: [“marketers”]
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBRUYUheTTs

GDPR News Center News for 09-03-2018

» Organisations

The General Data Protection Regulation very significantly increases the obligations and responsibilities for organisations and businesses in how they collect, use and protect personal data. At the centre of the new law is the requirement for organisations and businesses to be fully transparent about how they are using and safeguarding personal data, and to be able to demonstrate accountability for their data processing activities. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”personal”,”how”]
Source: http://gdprandyou.ie/organisations

Covering Digital Experience, Digital Workplace & Information Management

About Us. CMSWire is a leading, native digital publication produced by Simpler Media Group, Inc. We provide articles, research and events for sophisticated professionals driving digital customer experience strategy, evolving the digital workplace and creating intelligent information management practices. The CMSWire team produces 450+ authoritative articles per quarter for our 750,000 community members. 

Keywords: [“digital”,”articles”,”produced”]
Source: https://www.cmswire.com/…/5-ways-gdpr-will-change-marketing-forever

Covering Digital Experience, Digital Workplace & Information Management

About Us. CMSWire is a leading, native digital publication produced by Simpler Media Group, Inc. We provide articles, research and events for sophisticated professionals driving digital customer experience strategy, evolving the digital workplace and creating intelligent information management practices. The CMSWire team produces 450+ authoritative articles per quarter for our 750,000 community members. 

Keywords: [“digital”,”articles”,”produced”]
Source: https://www.cmswire.com/…/gdpr-penalties-faq-how-bad-will-it-be

GDPR and ePrivacy Guidance: Awin

GDPR.Awin has always taken data protection obligations seriously, and will continue to do so under new European legal framework surrounding the General Data Protection Regulation and ePrivacy Regulation. Although ePrivacy Regulation was intended to come into effect at the same time, the wording is still likely to change from its current form, and therefore is no longer anticipated to be ready on the same date. 

Keywords: [“Regulation”,”same”,”ePrivacy”]
Source: https://www.awin.com/us/gdpr

GDPR Compliance

GDPR is complex, but it’s also a unique opportunity. General Data Protection Regulation is a new set of laws that dramatically affects data privacy practices throughout the European Union. SAP can help plan your compliance needs and identify transformation opportunities. Watch Mathias Cellarius, head of Data Protection and Privacy at SAP, share his approach to safeguarding data and discuss SAP’s deep commitment to privacy. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”SAP”,”privacy”]
Source: https://discover.sap.com/gdpr/en-us/index.html

GDPR Management Schools

We are an exceptional team of professionals with a wealth of experience working in and with schools. Whether you are an individual school, a local authority support team, a multi academy trust or a private company supporting GDPR in schools we have the solution to make your task much easier. We are here to help you and your school ease your way into the next level of data protection in time for the May 2018 deadline. 

Keywords: [“school”,”support”,”team”]
Source: https://www.gdpr.school

Rapid7 Blog

Rapid7’s Quarterly Threat Report leverages intelligence from our extensive network-including the Insight platform, managed detection and response engagements, Project Sonar, Heisenberg Cloud, and the Metasploit community-to put today’s shifting threat landscape into perspective. It gives you a clear picture of the threats that you face within your unique industry, and how those threats change throughout the year. 

Keywords: [“Threat”]
Source: https://blog.rapid7.com/tag/gdpr

General Data Protection Regulation Free Guide

As the deadline approaches for compliance with the GDPR, you’ll need to know how much progress you�re making towards meeting the new requirements. That’s why we’ve created this customized compliance check, which lets you examine your data protection preparations, and highlight areas that will require more attention. It’s free to take, and will result in a free, detailed report, customized to your business. 

Keywords: [“free”,”customized”,”compliance”]
Source: https://encryption.eset.com

General Data Protection Regulation Free Guide

As the deadline approaches for compliance with the GDPR, you’ll need to know how much progress you�re making towards meeting the new requirements. That’s why we’ve created this customized compliance check, which lets you examine your data protection preparations, and highlight areas that will require more attention. It’s free to take, and will result in a free, detailed report, customized to your business. 

Keywords: [“free”,”customized”,”compliance”]
Source: https://encryption.eset.com/gb

Hospitality Data Protection Officer & GDPR

As hospitality companies conducting business in Europe prepare to make operational changes to conform with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, HFTP has put together the HFTP HDPO Task Force that will prepare resources for the industry. With a team of 23 experts, HFTP will build a program that demonstrates an individual’s competency for the position within a hospitality company. 

Keywords: [“HFTP”,”Force”,”Task”]
Source: https://www.hftp.org/hospitality_resources/hdpo

Infosys GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation is an European Union data privacy law that will replace the erstwhile EU Data Protection Directive 1995. The law which will become effective from May 2018, will require enterprises located or doing business in EU countries, to comply with its strict privacy requirements regardless of whether the location of data processing is within EU or outside. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”law”,”Protection”]
Source: https://www.infosys.com/gdpr

Cordery – Solutions

Cordery is a trading name of Cordery Compliance Limited. Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Company number 07931532 registered in England and Wales. Cordery Compliance Limited trading as Cordery provides some products and services which are not regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority; we will clearly state this to you if this is the case. 

Keywords: [“Cordery”,”Company”,”Authority”]
Source: http://www.corderycompliance.com/solutions/cordery-gdpr-navigator

GDPR for Churches

Please note that this information is intended to help churches during their own preparations for GDPR, and should not be taken as legal advice. You should seek your own legal guidance to ensure compliance with GDPR. The current advice given by the ICO is still changing, and we will do our best to update this page as soon as anything new is released. 

Keywords: [“advice”,”legal”,”GDPR”]
Source: http://gdprforchurches.org.uk

GDPR News Center News for 08-28-2018

IBM GDPR

Your personalized guide to readiness is just moments away. With your personalized guide, you will be able to see what critical areas you may still need to address, based on the answers you provide. The report will also save your progress as you complete various steps along the way and serve as a checklist and guide throughout your GDPR journey. Once you access your report, feel free to bookmark the page and return at your convenience to track your progress. About GDPR. 

GDPR aims to harmonize data protection across all 28 EU member states and businesses within the regions. If your organization is active across the EU, understanding and activating initiatives related to GDPR is necessary in order to continue conducting business. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”guide”,”across”]
Source: https://gdprguide.mybluemix.net

Konica-Minolta – Konica-Minolta

THE BIGGER PICTURE ON GDPR. For us, GDPR isn’t just about being compliant – it’s also about what opportunities it can create for businesses in the future. We understand every business is different, and each one has different needs. That’s why we provide solutions that are tailored for each individual business. It all starts with our free GDPR readiness assessment. 

Request a call back from one of our accredited GDPR Consultants and take the first step towards generating your free GDPR readiness assessment report. Request free readiness assessment YOUR FREE GDPR READINESS ASSESSMENT AWAITS. All you need to do is fill out some information below and one of our accredited GDPR Consultants will call you back within 48hrs. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”assessment”,”readiness”]
Source: https://gdpr.konicaminolta.co.uk

How will it affect your recruitment? Hireserve

A data mapping exercise is the process of identifying, processing and mapping out the data flows of your organisation. This is a complex process, particularly for organisations with multiple systems and technology platforms in place. Think about the journey your candidates’ data will take, from the moment it enters your organisation. You should also document what information you collect about candidates at each stage of your recruitment process, and document how your organisation(s) use that data. As part of your work towards GDPR compliant processes, you will need to define your organisation’s legal bases for processing candidates’ information. 

You should define and document these legal bases during your data mapping exercise. 

Keywords: [“process”,”data”,”organisation”]
Source: https://hireserve.com/gdpr-in-house-recruitment

Unprepared for GDPR?

A 2016 independent survey of CIOs at large companies across the globe found that two-thirds of enterprises risk failure to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The EU General Data Protection Regulation was adopted in April 2016 to unify previously fragmented mandates across EU jurisdictions regarding how enterprises use, manage and delete customers’ Personally Identifiable Information. All enterprises in the EU, the US and elsewhere that capture PII relating to EU citizens must comply with its provisions by May 2018. Any failure to comply with GDPR exposes enterprises to fines of as much as €20 million or 4% of global turnover- whichever is higher. Learn the challenges and implications of non-compliance. 

Keywords: [“enterprises”,”comply”,”Regulation”]
Source: https://resources.compuware.com/unprepared-for-gdpr

Home GDPR Superheroes

This hands-on workshop will help you understand the implications of GDPR for your organization, bust some myths, provide you with an implementation plan, and give you some practical steps toward GDPR compliance in 3 areas: 1. Process – which processes are affected and how to quickly implement them in your organization 2. Data – building a sustainable data inventory and categorizing Personal Data fields 3. Org – how to set up and manage your customer consents and allowable communications for the Salesforce platform with the new Data Privacy Manager app Join Stephan Garcia from GDPR Superheroes and Richard Parker, Elements. Cloud founder for this invaluable 90 minutes that will kickstart your Salesforce GDPR compliance. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”GDPR”,”Salesforce”]
Source: https://www.gdprsuperheroes.com

Sedcom

The main focus of GDPR will be to protect the personal data of all individuals residing within the EU, irrespective of where the company holding the data is based, and includes rules around holding, processing, profiling, maintaining and deleting that data to name a few. In 1998 the Data Protection Act was introduced by UK Parliament as the main piece of legislation to govern the processing of data on identifiable living people. Technology has evolved so much since the act was enforced, that this law is now significantly out of date and does not protect the individual as originally intended. The General Data Protection Regulation under EU law, which was adopted on 27th April 2016 and will apply from 25th May 2018. 

Keywords: [“data”,”law”,”Act”]
Source: http://www.sedcom.net/gdpr

The UK’s Leading GDPR Event

The GDPR Summit aims to provide an actionable, practical roadmap for organisations to continue their drive to achieve ongoing GDPR compliance and gain a strategic advantage over competitors. Part of the UK’s leading GDPR event series, supported by Henley Business School’sGDPR Transition Programme, the Summit brings together an unrivalled selection of the UK’s leading data protection experts and practitioners. Described as high impact, content rich and jargon-free; over 40 expert speakers will be on-hand throughout the conference to enrich your GDPR journey: – discuss best practice approaches. Understand the latest guidance on global data transfers. Identify the latest software to manage data for GDPR.. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”data”,”latest”]
Source: https://www.gdprsummit.london

Working toward GDPR compliance

Compliance doesn’t have to be a scary word – even when facing the multifaceted challenges of meeting the European Union’s May 2018 deadline for its General Data Protection Regulation. SAS conducted a global GDPR survey among 340 business executives from multiple industries. Based on the results of that survey, this e-book delves into the biggest opportunities and challenges organizations face on the road to GDPR compliance. How to get started on the best path to compliance, based on advice from industry experts. How to turn this compliance challenge into a competitive advantage. 

How your peers are preparing across a variety of industries. An end-to-end approach that can help guide your journey to GDPR compliance. 

Keywords: [“Compliance”,”How”,”industry”]
Source: https://www.sas.com/en_us/whitepapers/gdpr-compliance-109048.html

GDPR News Center News for 08-25-2018

General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR takes effect on May 25, 2018, replacing existing EU data protection law. It will affect all EU organizations as well as organizations outside of the EU that offer goods or services to, or process personal data of, EU data subjects. OpenX has been preparing for GDPR since the beginning of 2017. Our early leadership in data protection and compliance allowed us to implement Data Processing Agreements across our exchange in October 2017. We have also reviewed and revised our data security and data protection protocols and policies across the company to comply with GDPR’s requirements. 

As a publisher-focused exchange, we act as a data processor for our publishers and developers. OpenX is committed to helping you understand and prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation. Check out our resources below to stay up to date on EU privacy policies. 

Keywords: [“data”,”protection”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.openx.com/company/gdpr

A major focus of GDPR is on conditions of consent which have been strengthened. So companies will not be able to use vague or confusing statements to get you to agree to give them data. Firms won’t be able to bundle consent for different things together either. Another rule will make it mandatory for companies to notify their data protection authority about a data breach within 72 hours of first becoming aware of it. When it comes to user data, consumers will have more control. 

You will be able to access the personal data being stored by companies and find out where and for what purpose it is being used. This means you can ask whoever is controlling your data to erase it and potentially stop third parties processing it too. Another provision of GDPR allows people to take their data and transfer it to a different service provider. 

Keywords: [“data”,”consent”,”able”]
Source: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/30/gdpr-everything-you-need-to-know.html

GDPR FAQs

This FAQ and the links within provide a general overview of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. It is not intended as and shall not be construed as legal advice. Citrix does not provide legal, accounting, or auditing advice or represent or warrant that its services or products will ensure that customers or channel partners are in compliance with any law or regulation. Customers and channel partners are responsible for ensuring their own compliance with relevant laws and regulations, including GDPR. Customers and channel partners are responsible for interpreting themselves and/or obtaining advice of competent legal counsel with regard to any relevant laws and regulations applicable to them that may affect their operations and any actions they may need to take to comply with such laws and regulations. 

Keywords: [“Regulation”,”law”,”any”]
Source: https://www.citrix.com/it-security/gdpr-faq.html

Senzing ER for GDPR Compliance: Discover the Missing Link Today

GDPR compliance is challenging organizations to respond quickly to data subject access requests. Senzing has developed a highly effective Single Subject Search solution to help companies reduce the costs, time and risks of answering data subject access requests. Senzing ER for GDPR offers a real-time solution for discovering Who is Who in your data. The vital first step every organization must take to become GDPR compliant. Without an effective way to quickly and reliably locate all citizen data, it will be difficult to become GDPR ready. 

Senzing ER for GDPR is an easy to use, effective and affordable Single Subject Search solution that enables you to manage search requests. Most EU companies aren’t ready for GDPR. Get the report with results from Senzing’s recent survey of more than 1,000 companies. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”Senzing”,”subject”]
Source: https://senzing.com/gdpr

GDPR Non-compliance Risks & Mitigation Strategies

ABOUT TRUSTARC. TrustArc powers privacy compliance and risk management with integrated technology, consulting and TRUSTe certification solutions – addressing all phases of privacy program management. The foundation for our solutions is the TrustArc Privacy Platform which provides a flexible, scalable, and secure way to manage privacy. Our technology platform, fortified through six years of operating experience across a wide range of industries and client use cases, along with our services, leverage deep privacy expertise and proven methodologies which we have continuously enhanced through thousands of client projects over the past two decades. Headquartered in San Francisco, and backed by a global team, we help over 1,000 clients worldwide demonstrate compliance, minimize risk, and build trust. 

Keywords: [“privacy”,”client”,”TrustArc”]
Source: https://info.trustarc.com/iapp-research-gdpr-risks-strategies.html

Evernote

It comes into effect on May 25, 2018, bringing with it a host of new obligations for those companies, and new privacy rights for their end users. Processing data can mean many things, from collecting data to storing and using it. Organizations large and small that process the personal data of EU-based individuals are now preparing for the new regulation, and Evernote is no exception. We believe that GDPR complements our existing data protection policies and processes, giving us a solid foundation and helping us maintain a strong commitment to data privacy. To help guide our readiness initiatives, Evernote actively collaborates with privacy experts from the Center for Democracy and Technology and the Future of Privacy Forum. 

Evernote continues to be EU-US Privacy Shield and Swiss-US Privacy Shield certified. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”privacy”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://evernote.com/privacy/gdpr

EU GDPR: The Right to be Forgotten

The EU General Data Protection Regulation, a landmark piece of legislation that will strengthen and unify data protection for individuals in Europe and beyond, now has an enforcement date – May 25, 2018. More specifically, the law stipulates that organizations must adhere to customers’ ‘right to be forgotten. Individuals can request the deletion of data about them. Companies will only keep data long-term to comply with retention policies or other acceptable reasons. Individuals must provide explicit consent for data about them to be held and processed. 

Companies must be able to provide evidence of individuals providing this knowing consent. Use these resources to expand your knowledge of the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation, including information on the ‘right to be forgotten’ requirement. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”individuals”,”provide”]
Source: https://www.blancco.com/eugdpr

GDPR News Center News for 07-07-2018

GDPR summary: Why encryption, other measures are a must

Many are saying that the GDPR will bring about a massive overhaul of the EU’s current data protection regulatory landscape. One of the areas where I expect significant change in the next few years is data security, particularly the increased adoption of data pseudonymisation and data encryption best practices. Firstly, the GDPR requires businesses to implement technical and organizational measures to provide appropriate protection to the personal data they hold. When determining such security measures businesses must take into account the nature, scope, context and purposes of their use of personal data. Measures to ensure resilience of systems and services processing data. 

In short, with the introduction of the GDPR, encryption and other security measures are established as data protection standards responsible organizations are expected to utilize or face the consequences. The GDPR will introduce a name-and-shame mechanism whereby businesses will have to notify the data protection authority if there is a security incident that affects the integrity, confidentiality or security of the personal data that they hold. If the breach is likely to result in discrimination, identity theft or fraud, financial loss, damage to reputation, or other significant economic or social disadvantages for data subjects, businesses will have to notify the breach to the affected data subject. Importantly, no notification to the data subjects will be required if businesses have implemented appropriate technical and organizational security measures in respect of the data that were affected by the breach. Prior to the breach taking place, the data were rendered unintelligible, for example by means of encryption, businesses will not have to notify the data subjects of the breach. 

So to summarize our GDPR summary, based on the above I expect that in the coming years data security will be high on the agendas of many a board of directors. On the back of that, I expect that data pseudonymisation and data encryption will become standard best practices in Europe and beyond. 

Keywords: [“data”,”GDPR”,”security”]
Source: https://blog.gemalto.com/security/2016/04/25/gdpr-summary…

France: Accelerated GDPR bill “limited in scope”

The Ministry of Justice published, on 13 December 2017, a draft law to amend Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Liberties in light of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679) as well as the Data Protection Directive with Respect to Law Enforcement 2016/680). As has been the case with several other Member States’ draft GDPR bills, the Draft Law seeks to take advantage of various derogations permitted under the GDPR, in particular in relation to the data processing of national identification numbers, processing of genetic or biometric data and data breach notification. Until] the Government makes all these changes by ordinance [] French citizens will need to read the GDPR and the Act together to determine which legislative provisions are applicable. Simultaneous to the publication of the Draft Law, CNIL published its assessment. In particular, CNIL welcomed the use of national derogations in relation to health data, as well as the fact that the Draft Law clarified the scope of its supervisory powers. 

CNIL did highlight that it regretted that its proposals to adapt CNIL’s procedures to enable it to cope with the increase in activity related to the Draft Law had not been retained. CNIL noted the late timetable for the examination and publication of the Draft Law as well as related future ordinances. The Digital Republic Act 2016 introduced this right and provides that information as to the exercise of this right must be communicated to French data subjects with all the other compulsory preliminary information. The GDPR does not provide for this, nor for a right to Member States to add compulsory information to the lists in Articles 13 and 14, since this would go against the unification of data protection law in the EU and the harmonisation of the common market. It will be interesting to see whether the Government withdraws this new right to comply with the GDPR or prefers to leave this discrepancy, and risk being subject to sanctions by the Court of Justice of the European Union. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”law”,”draft”]
Source: https://www.dataguidance.com/france-gdpr-bill

Why are publishers unhappy with Google’s GDPR proposal?

Major publishing groups air concerns about Google’s proposed GDPR strategy. Four major publisher trade groups have said that Google’s GDPR compliance plan will force media companies to shoulder an unfair burden in terms of ensuring the regulation is adhered to from 25 May. Publishers address Pichai. In an open letter to CEO Sundar Pichai published on 30 April, the four trade associations criticised the scale of work they would need to do in order to continue using Google’s advertising services in the EU, as well as the effect the plans would have on adtech vendors themselves. Members of the group read as a ‘who’s who’ of digital media outlets – The New York Times, Bloomberg, Reuters and AP are just a handful of titles, publishers and agencies represented by the groups. 

The groups criticised the timing of Google’s announcement of its GDPR plans in March. Google outlined its plans on its AdWords blog on 22 March and it is this same proposal that publishers believe burdens the media with the bulk of compliance responsibilities. In essence, Google says publishers themselves are responsible for obtaining consent from EU visitors if Google ads are served on their sites. The publishers will also have to share that data with the tech giant, which will apparently use it to test algorithms, improve UX and ensure ad forecasting accuracy. Liability for GDPR violations will also reside with the publishers. 

Many people believe that Google’s dominance in the online ecosystem allows them to dictate the terms of GDPR to suit its existing business model, but only intervention from GDPR regulators themselves is likely to enforce any change from the company itself. Google views itself as a data controller, which determines the means and purposes for processing the personal data, while media firms want it to identify as a data processor in certain situations. While publishers that are unhappy with the proposals from Google could move to other services, the latter’s network is unmatched in terms of size and scope, with more revenue opportunities. 

Keywords: [“publisher”,”Google”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.siliconrepublic.com/enterprise/google-gdpr-publishers

GDPR News Center News for 07-05-2018

How will GDPR enforcement affect your business?

Primary obligations under GDPR. GDPR applies to the processing of personal data of people in the EU by businesses operating in the EU. It’s important to note that GDPR doesn’t only apply to firms based in the EU-it applies to any organization providing a product or service to residents of the EU. The new regulation applies to a wider selection of data than Directive 95/36/EC. Under GDPR, any data that could be used to identify an individual is protected. 

As with Directive 95/36/EC, pseudonymized data is still in scope, though GDPR recognizes that the risks to individuals are reduced when data is pseudonymized. Organizations defined as data processors also have obligations. Even if they process data only on behalf of a data controller, they are accountable for protecting that data, they must report breaches, and they can be fined if found to be noncompliant. Every organization in scope must appoint a data protection officer, who acts as a data protection specialist and is responsible for ensuring compliance. Organizations must document what data they collect and process and why. 

The subject can withdraw this consent at any time, and the company must be able to remove the subject’s data from all its systems. Data subjects are also entitled to make subject access requests to organizations that hold their data, for free. If an organization doesn’t have the basics right yet, clearly it is willing to incur the cost of an everyday data breach. Consider functional changes to the applications to avoid violating GDPR. Once an organization determines what data it will process and why, it is essential to implement both organizational and technical controls to protect that data. 

An important and complex regulation, GDPR seeks to protect people from the exploitation, loss, or use of their data without their consent. Complying with certain aspects will require additional work, but organizations already taking data protection seriously should experience a natural progression in their software security program rather than a total overhaul. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”organization”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.synopsys.com/blogs/software-security/gdpr-enforcement

GDPR: A simple explainer

The General Data Protection Regulation is the biggest change in data protection laws for 20 years, and when it comes into effect on May 25th, 2018, it intends to give European citizens back control over their personal data. Its impact won’t just be felt in Europe though, as it will have wider implications for companies across the world that hold data on the continent. It is a new set of rules governing the privacy and security of personal data laid down by the European Commission. The new single data protection act will make major changes to all of Europe’s privacy laws and will replace the outdated Data Protection Directive from 1995. They have been designed to give power back to citizens over how their data is processed and used. 

As well as the right to be forgotten, the law holds provisions that could potentially increase consumers’ rights over their data. There is the potential for individuals to transfer their data from one service to another more easily – which is great news for consumers, making it simpler to swap utilities, insurance or ISPs. Giving citizens back control of their complex personal data is not necessarily easy. GDPR has serious implications for companies in countries outside the EU. So even if you’re based overseas, but hold data belonging to anyone living in Europe, you’re liable. 

In short, if you process data that belongs to individuals living and working within the EU, you will be subject to aspects of the directive. The Information Commissioner’s Office in the UK recently released a set of guidelines to help businesses prepare for GDPR. It also recommends that companies review privacy notices and ensure there is a plan in place that allows them to make any necessary changes to be in compliance with GDPR. However, it’s not too scary potentially as the ICO insists the new measures will contain many of the same principles and concepts as the current Data Protection Act. There are predictions businesses will go on recruitment drives for data protection officers – to ensure they’ve got the right personnel in place. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”company”,”law”]
Source: https://www.welivesecurity.com/2017/03/24/gdpr-an-explainer

MemberLeap

European Union General Data Protection Regulation The General Data Protection Regulation is a law intended to strengthen the right to data protection of individuals in the European Union. The people whose personal data you collect, use, or process in any way are referred to in the GDPR as Data Subjects. The data subject may withdraw consent later – and the option to do that should be free of charge and easily accessible by a data subject;. Processing special categories of personal data: processing these special types of personal data is prohibited unless the data subject gives explicit consent: relating to race, ethnicity, politics, religion, philosophy, trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data to identify a person, sexual orientation;. Data subjects have a right to know the reasons for collecting and processing their data: controllers need to provide clear information on how and why they collect and process the data, determined by a specific, explicit and legitimate purpose. 

Data subjects have a right to know the contact info of the data protection officer of the controller, if such an officer has been appointed;. Data subjects have a right to access their personal data;. Data subjects have a right to have their personal data corrected, if it’s inaccurate;. Data subjects have a right to restrict or object to automated processing of personal data. What you need to do: You will need to be able to respond to various requests from data subjects for exercising their rights under the GDPR. 

Our system allows for most of this already, and the add-on GDPR center will make the rest easier, at least with respect to allowing data portability, and anonymizing data to satisfy the right to be forgotten. The controller must notify the data subject in case of data breach;. While under such circumstances you may be exempt from certain obligations, as described above, such as maintaining records of processing activities or being required to appoint a Data Protection Officer, the majority of the GDPR requirements will still apply to your processing of EU data. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”process”,”Consent”]
Source: https://www.memberleap.com/gdpr.php

GDPR News Center News for 06-06-2018

Data Protection – drafting GDPR-compliant commercial contracts

WordPress Plugins

Re-assignment of user data on erasure requests & pseudonymization of user website data. Right to access data by Data Subject with front-end requests button & double opt-in confirmation email. Data breach notification logs and batch email notifications to Data Subjects. Telemetry Tracker for visualizing plugins and website data. The Data Subject can place a request to download their data with the shortcode. 

The Data Subject can place a request to rectify data or file a complaint with the shortcode. The Access Data tool allows the Admin to look up a user email and view the data of a particular user. The Admin can download and export the data in a JSON or XML format and provide to the Data Subject if manually requested. Data breach notifications are also logged to all Data Subjects upon confirmation by Controller. If in the future, the Data Subject makes a complaint or there is a need to recover the data, the user can provide their email address and the 6 digit token they received from the deletion confirmation email to decrypt and retrieve the file. 

In case of a data breach, the Admin can generate a Data Breach Notification to users by logging the information and confirm the breach through a double opt-in confirmation email. WordPress Core and some plugins gather data from your install and send this data to an outside server. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”email”,”user”]
Source: https://wordpress.org/plugins/gdpr/

Yes, The GDPR Will Affect Your U.S.-Based Business

Coming in May 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation will bring about the greatest change to European data security in 20 years. Of course, an EU-based company or multinational corporation that does business in the EU is, we hope, well on the way to complying with the GDPR. But what about U.S. companies that have no direct business operations in any one of the 28 member states of the European Union. Any U.S. 

company that has a Web presence and markets their products over the Web will have some homework to do. A very important change in the GDPR that hasn’t received the attention it deserves has do with the geographic scope of this new law. To quickly summarize: Article 3 of the GDPR says that if you collect personal data or behavioral information from someone in an EU country, your company is subject to the requirements of the GDPR. Two points of clarification. First, the law only applies if the data subjects, as the GDPR refers to consumers, are in the EU when the data is collected. 

This makes sense: EU laws apply in the EU. For EU citizens outside the EU when the data is collected, the GDPR would not apply. The second point is that a financial transaction doesn’t have to take place for the extended scope of the law to kick in. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”GDPR”,”law”]
Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2017/12/04/yes-the-gdpr-will-affect-your-u-s-based-business/

Wordfence and GDPR: How The Defiant Team Are Preparing For GDPR

We want to send out an update on the new data protection law, the General Data Protection Regulation, going into effect soon and how Defiant is getting ready for it. This new European law goes into effect on May 25, 2018. It is a new set of rules designed to give European citizens more control over their personal data. Defiant is actively preparing with new website changes and updates to the Wordfence plugin. We are applying for the Privacy Shield certification program for both EU-US and Swiss-US and will soon have available a Data Processing Agreement for our EU customers who need one. 

We will send out another notification with a detailed blog post when we have completed preparing for the new privacy regulations. You will begin to see these changes and updates emerge starting next week. The team at Defiant, makers of Wordfence, care deeply about our customer privacy and data protection. This extends to our European customers and the rest of the globe. To this end, we have been working diligently with our internal team and with outside experts to understand the implications of the GDPR, to perform a comprehensive internal audit and to get our software, systems and processes compliant with the GDPR. 

As always I welcome your questions and comments below. 

Keywords: [“new”,”data”,”Defiant”]
Source: https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2018/05/wordfence-and-gdpr-how-the-defiant-team-are-preparing-for-gdpr/

Become completely GDPR compliant

Providing Best PracticesWe will share our expertise in protecting your data, adopting privacy principles, and complying with many complex international regulations. We will also communicate to you all information we gather from any respective Data Protection Authority or other organization. It’s important to note that GDPR compliance is ultimately a shared responsibility. In order to appropriately adopt the legislative requirements, you must understand the obligations your business faces. For more details, see Using Act-On to Manage Consent for the GDPR. 

Contractual CommitmentsAct-On requires all vendors we do business with to be contractually compliant with the GDPR. We also provide our customers with standard data protection clauses if requested. Account Provisioning All European based clients are provisioned in our European data centers ensuring your account remains within the EU. Privacy ShieldAct-On Software complies with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework. 

We are committed to subjecting all personal data received from European Union member countries to the Framework’s applicable Principles. 

Keywords: [“data”,”European”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.act-on.com/resources/gdpr/

GDPR News Center News for 04-27-2018

The essential news about content management systems and mobile technology.

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Keywords: [“website”,”any”,”Information”]
Source: https://news.joocial.com/more-news/2017-joomla-team-blogs/all…

Law Society of Scotland

Tim Musson, Convener of the Law Society of Scotland’s Privacy Law Committee, explains why the General Data Protection Regulation is all-important for law firms. Not long to go now! The General Data Protection Regulation will be enforced across the European Union and beyond from 25 May 2018. It is not just the headline figures of potential penalties from the Information Commissioner’s Office of up to €20M, or 4% of global turnover, which are of importance. ‘Data subjects’ will not only have enhanced data protection rights, but also a much greater awareness of those rights. Complaints to the ICO will result in enforcement, and any enforcement activity will have a major impact on reputation, which is all-important for law firms. Most organisations haven’t started taking serious steps towards compliance: it’s not yet time to panic, but it is time to start planning and putting measures in place. The underlying principles of the GDPR are essentially the same as the Data Protection Act 1998, but it incorporates a great deal of what is currently seen as best practice as mandatory obligations. The problem is that very few organisations have made a genuine attempt to be compliant with the current DPA set up. This is why GDPR compliance is likely to be challenging. As with any new legislation, much is clear but a great deal is still unclear – guidance is slowly emerging from the Article 29 Working Party and the ICO. So there are some very useful activities, such as personal data audits, which can usefully be carried out now. The ICO has made it clear that they will expect organisations to have taken suitable steps towards compliance by May, and that there will be no ‘honeymoon period’ for those that haven’t. Tim Musson has been delivering a number of Law Society of Scotland CPD & Training events on data protection and the GDPR. Find out more about upcoming CPD courses. More information on the GDPR can be found on the ICO website. Finally, you can find the official text of the General Data Protection Regulation at eur-lex.

Keywords: [“Data”,”Protection”,”Law”]
Source: https://www.lawscot.org.uk/news-and-events/news/gdpr-blog

Changes In EU Data Law: The GDPR Requirements And How To Meet Them

The GDPR is the outcome of four years of constant discussions, investigations, and amendments made by the EU to update its data privacy rules and regulations. The GDPR will replace the Data Protection Directive established in 1995, creating a greater territorial scope and stricter penalties for those states members, and business dealing with Personal Data, who fail to keep and handle data according to the new regulation. The new data regulation provides all the EU citizens with data privacy in a nowadays data-driven society. From the customers’ and employees’ perspective, the EU aims to provide all its citizens with more control over how their personal data is collected, processed and retained. Ask to correct the data in case it’s incorrect; the data should be corrected ASAP as an obligation. Data portability; data has to be structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. Same rules for the companies within the EU, or for companies who process EU nationals data. After an enormous number of cases of misunderstanding regarding the scope of data protection law, the EU’s GDPR brought an end to that. Since May 25, 2018, the EU GDPR extends the scope of the EU data protection law to all foreign companies processing data of EU residents. Non-compliance laws will also apply to them if they are dealing with the data of EU members. What to do:Data controllers must report personal data breaches to local data administrator no later than 72 hours, but this could as little as 24 hours in the most serious circumstances. Data processor must notify their customers, the controllers, “Without undue delay” after first becoming aware of a data breach. In case a notification is not made within 72 hours of the data breach, the data controller must give a ‘reasoned justification’ explaining the reason for the delay. The controller shall keep a record of any personal data breaches, including all the facts relating to the personal data breach. This article outlines the main changes in the EU data laws and how you as a business should approach them.

Keywords: [“Data”,”GDPR”,”Regulation”]
Source: https://www.ip-watch.org/2018/01/04/changes-eu-data-law-gdpr…

GDPR News Center News for 03-04-2018

General Data Protection Regulation Resources

Personal data means information that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person. An individual’s name, job title, telephone number, or employee identification number is personal data. Worker For purposes of this GDPR tool, “Worker” refers to any individual who falls under the responsibility of your organization’s HR department, for example: applicants; employees; independent contractors; interns; temporary workers; and volunteers. The United Kingdom is expected to continue to be a member of the EEA into 2019. Switzerland is not a member of the EEA. .

Keywords: [“Worker”,”data”,”Personal”]
Source: https://www.littler.com/gdpr-resources

GDPR

As of 2018, every organization that does business in the EU will have to meet new data protection rules, or pay a steep fine. Compliance requires precise knowledge of the data you store and process, and the right data management policy across your organization. Software AG equips you with the means to quickly set up the knowledge base and process framework you need for achieving compliance by the 2018 deadline by offering everything in one solution: business process analysis, enterprise architecture management, IT portfolio management and planning, and GRC practices.

Keywords: [“data”,”process”,”management”]
Source: https://www.softwareag.com/us/innovation/gdpr/default.html

GDPR ‘fake news’| Cordery

Cordery is a trading name of Cordery Compliance Limited. Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Company number 07931532 registered in England and Wales. Cordery Compliance Limited trading as Cordery provides some products and services which are not regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority; we will clearly state this to you if this is the case. We use the word “Partner” to refer to a shareowner or director of the company, or an employee or consultant who is a lawyer with equivalent standing and qualifications.

Keywords: [“Cordery”,”Limited”,”Compliance”]
Source: http://www.corderycompliance.com/gdpr-fake-news

GDPR Compliance Through Software Automation

The adoption by the European Parliament of the General Data Protection Regulation has profound repercussions for digital privacy on both sides of the Atlantic. It forces under threat of penalties that can reach 4% of global revenue to think more like data custodians and less like data owners in the collection, processing and disposition of personal information. BigID is the first software product to answer the requirements for GDPR head-on including automation for data subject rights, consent tracking, data PIAs and breach management.

Keywords: [“Data”]
Source: https://bigid.com/gdpr-compliance

GDPR Newsletter

GDPR will bring data protection legislation up-to-date with the way data is used and stored becomes law from 25 May 2018. There will be heavy fines for non-compliance, of up to €20m, or 4% of global annual turnover. Whilst many businesses are now at least aware of GDPR, far less have a plan as to how they will tackle the new law for either their existing data or an ongoing basis. With the deadline for compliance looming the time to act is now! Sign-up to our free newsletter to receive regular updates on GDPR and future GDPR events.

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”data”,”law”]
Source: https://www.ebcgroup.co.uk/gdpr-newsletter

Preparing for GDPR

The EU General Data Protection Regulation is the most stringent data protection and privacy regulation of its kind in the world. Every organization – no matter where in the world it is based – that holds or processes information that can directly or indirectly identify an EU resident is subject to GDPR. GDPR compliance is required by May 25, 2018, and penalties for non-compliance can be up to 4% of your company’s global revenue. If data protection and privacy weren’t already a boardroom discussion, they are now.

Keywords: [“Data”,”Protection”,”Regulation”]
Source: https://www.intellinet.com/gdpr

Bromsgrove, Worcester, Birmingham

The GDPR regulates the “Processing,” which includes the collection, storage, transfer or use, of personal data about EU individuals. Any organisation that processes personal data of EU individuals, including tracking their online activities, is within the scope of the law, regardless of whether the organisation has a physical presence in the EU. Importantly, under the GDPR, the concept of “Personal data” is very broad and covers any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual.

Keywords: [“individual”,”personal”,”data”]
Source: https://www.atg-it.co.uk/services/consultancy/gdpr

Your Path to Compliance

GDPR enforcement begins on May 25, 2018.The penalties for GDPR noncompliance can be enormous – fines up to €20 million or four percent of total worldwide revenue the previous year, whichever is greater. If you equip your organization with the right information with which to create a winning compliance strategy, you can steer wide of these penalties and their associated fallout. To that end, here is a collection of resources designed to help your organization successfully tackle GDPR..

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”penalties”,”organization”]
Source: http://www.guidancesoftware.com/gdpr

General Data Protection Regulation

The GDPR is a forthcoming regulation that forces EU businesses and organisations to implement security procedures so that data is protected for customers as well as employees. If you are not compliant by the deadline of 25th May 2018, organisations could face a fine of up to €20m or 4% global turnover. As stated in article 32 – Security of processing: “Implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk including encryption of personal data”.

Keywords: [“security”,”appropriate”,”implement”]
Source: https://www.managedencryption.co.uk/gdpr

GDPR Compliant Secure File Transfer

If your business collects, stores, processes or transmits the personal data of EU residents, the General Data Protection Regulation will apply to you. One of, if not the, most far reaching data protection regulations in the world, fines for non-compliance are likely to be severe. With this much at stake, it is best practice to assure the systems, user authentication and encryption techniques involved in the external transmission of personal data are secure and compliant with GDPR..

Keywords: [“data”,”Regulation”,”personal”]
Source: https://www.ipswitch.com/solutions/gdpr-compliance

GDPR News Center News for 03-02-2018

one of the biggest-ever dished out by ICO

GDPR gives CCTV operators chance to “Tackle negative image head-on”, says white paper. Watching the Watchers examines the changes introduced by the GDPR, identifies a shift “From compliance to accountability”, offers advice to CCTV operators and asks whether the new law might present an opportunity as well as a legal and administrative burden.

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”CCTV”,”operators”]
Source: https://www.ifsecglobal.com/tag/gdpr

European Union General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679) is a set of new laws by which the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union. We aim to cover all the latest developments surrounding the new GDPR legislation.

Keywords: [“European”,”Protection”,”new”]
Source: https://eugdpr.com

Latest stories and news about Gdpr

Analýza GDPR #3: identifikace osobních údajůPříjemná vánoční přestávka je za námi a před námi rok 2018. Rok plný změn, kdy začne platit naše oblíbená regulace GDPR; rok, který bude jistě znamenat mnoho obchodních, pracovních i osobních úspěchů. Alespoň to vám všem z celého srdce přeji takto.

Keywords: [“rok”,”GDPR”,”osobních”]
Source: https://medium.com/tag/gdpr/latest

GDPR – risk3sixty LLC

Approved by the European Union on April 14, 2017 and fully enforceable beginning May 25, 2018, General Data Protection Regulation is arguably the most wide-reaching change to privacy requirements to date. How wide reaching is GDPR? If you are located in the EU and control or process personal data, if you offer goods or[].

Keywords: [“Data”]
Source: https://www.risk3sixty.com/tag/gdpr

GDPR Action Plan

You may think you’re immune from its impact, but if you do business with customers in the EU, think again. It’s time to rethink your organizational processes around compliance. This Forrester Research Brief helps your security, regulatory and privacy teams grasp the five changes necessary for GDPR compliance.

Keywords: [“think”,”compliance”]
Source: http://info.mimecast.com/gdpr-forrester.html

General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation, the world’s most expansive data privacy law, takes effect May 25, 2018. Any group that processes the personal data of European residents must comply with the new law. Non-compliance can result in fines up to €20million or 4% of annual turnover, whichever is higher.

Keywords: [“Data”,”law”]
Source: https://www.veritas.com/gdpr

GDPR Readiness – Capgemini Worldwide

Organizations need to take action now to protect data assets, safeguard the privacy of both personal and corporate information, and to comply with the GDPR which comes into force on May 2018. Capgemini’s end-to-end portfolio is built on 12 services which will help clients comply with the GDPR mandates.

Keywords: [“comply”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.capgemini.com/…/gdpr-readiness

GDPR Readiness – Capgemini Worldwide

Organizations need to take action now to protect data assets, safeguard the privacy of both personal and corporate information, and to comply with the GDPR which comes into force on May 2018. Capgemini’s end-to-end portfolio is built on 12 services which will help clients comply with the GDPR mandates.

Keywords: [“comply”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.capgemini.com/resources/gdpr-readiness

IRESS :: GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation will transform the way we collect, process and store personal data. With the data revolution on the horizon we wanted to update you on what we’re doing to meet the new requirements and provide some resources to help you prepare for it too.

Keywords: [“Data”]
Source: https://www.iress.com/uk/resources/mifid-ii-gdpr/gdpr

European General Data Protection Regulation

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation poses the biggest change to the regulatory landscape of data privacy. Coming into effect in May 2018, GDPR aims to unify data protection all across the EU and establish data privacy and protection as a fundamental right.

Keywords: [“Data”,”Protection”,”privacy”]
Source: https://www.checkpoint.com/products-solutions/gdpr

Compliance Week

Compliance Week’s free Webcasts are held most Thursdays at 2 p.m. EST. These Webcasts feature select partners discussing key GRC issues. Live Webcasts last one hour and must be viewed in their entirety in order for attendees to earn CPE credit.

Keywords: [“Webcasts”]
Source: https://www.complianceweek.com/webcasts/are-you-ready-for-gdpr-4…

General Data Protection Regulation

Under the GDPR, EU residents can expect greater data protection, privacy and control. More specifically, individuals will have the right to access their personal data, correct errors, object to or limit processing, erase, and request an export of their data from companies.

Keywords: [“data”]
Source: https://discover.sap.com/gdpr/en_us/index.html

GDPR – Page 3 – Legal News

The General Data Protection Regulation was published on 27 April 2016, and enforcement will begin on 25 May 2018. In some areas, the precise interpretation of the GDPR remains unclear, and businesses therefore face uncertainty in terms of their compliance obligations.

Keywords: []
Source: https://legalnews.be/en/tag/gdpr/page/3

General Data Protection Regulation Compliance

Take advantage of Microsoft product features to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation. Download the Accelerate your GDPR Compliance Journey with the Microsoft 365 white paper and discover how you can take control, manage compliance and avoid risk.

Keywords: [“Take”,”Microsoft”,”Compliance”]
Source: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/trustcenter/privacy/gdpr/readiness

Best Security Information & Event Management SIEM Vendors

Solutions Review brings all of the technology news, opinion, best practices and industry events together in one place. Every day our editors scan the Web looking for the most relevant content about Security Information & Event Management and posts it here.

Keywords: [“Event”]
Source: https://solutionsreview.com/security-information-event-management/…

Information Management

Email archives often overlooked in GDPR compliance efforts Nathaniel Borenstein Chief scientist. Whether it’s from customers, partners or colleagues, organizations collect hundreds, if not thousands, of emails that contain personal information every day.

Keywords: [“Email”]
Source: https://www.information-management.com/gdpr

GDPR Ready? Book A Complimentary Data Protection Risk Assessment Today

The General Data Protection Regulation applies to all companies, anywhere. In the world, which process any information about EU citizens. Introduces a new, broader definition of what ‘personal information’ means.

Keywords: [“information”]
Source: https://www.shredit.co.uk/en-gb/gdpr

GDPR e-news Archives

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Keywords: [“cookies”,”out”]
Source: http://www.napthens.co.uk/newsletter-update-type/gdpr-e-news