GDPR News Center News for 10-19-2018

10 steps to GDPR compliance: How prepared are you? – IT Governance Blog

The EU General Data Protection Regulation takes effect in less than eight months, so now is a good time to review the steps you’ve taken to achieve compliance and what you still need to do. You can base that review on the Data Protection Commissioner’s compliance checklist, which is summarised here and outlines what organisations need to do before the 25 May 2018 deadline. Everyone else in the organisation responsible for regulatory compliance and data processing will also need to understand their obligations. Data subjects have a number of rights pertaining to the way organisations collect and hold their data. You’re not the only one who needs to know about data subjects’ rights. 

Organisations need to prove that they have a legal ground to process data. Organisations should learn when these grounds can be sought and adjust their data collection policies appropriately. The GDPR states that a data protection officer should oversee an organisation’s data protection strategies and compliance programme. One of the biggest challenges that the GDPR presents to organisations is its data breach notification requirements. Organisations must report data breaches to their supervisory authority within 72 hours of discovery, and provide them with as much detail as possible. 

Organisations should adopt a privacy-by-design approach to data protection. Each presentation covers a different aspect of the Regulation, such as data flow mapping, risk assessments and data protection by design. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”organisation”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.itgovernance.eu/blog/en/10-steps-to-gdpr-compliance-how-prepared-are-you

Canva Help Center

The GDPR is a standardized user data protection framework which operates across Europe and imposes obligations on organizations, like Canva, that handle the personal data of people in the European Economic Area. This page briefly explains what Canva is doing to work towards GDPR compliance. To identify the information that we collect about our users, how we use that information and keep it safe. If you continue to use Canva after we introduce these updates, it means you agree to this new policy. Second, we recognize that it’s important for you to control your information so we are investing in features that will help you to easily manage and access some of your information within Canva. 

We will provide more information on these features as they become available. Third, since we use some third-party suppliers to make Canva available, we are reviewing and negotiating these contracts with a view to ensuring that they comply with applicable laws, including GDPR. Where amendments to these agreements are required we are entering into Data Processing Agreements with our suppliers. Fourth, we recognize that protection of your data involves us so we are improving our internal controls around employee access to data and data security incidents. None of these steps are likely to impact the way you use Canva day to day – you and all our many users will remain free to design anything and publish anywhere! 

Keywords: [“Canva”,”data”,”information”]
Source: https://support.canva.com/legal/privacy/gdpr-compliance/

Canva Help Center

The GDPR is a standardized user data protection framework which operates across Europe and imposes obligations on organizations, like Canva, that handle the personal data of people in the European Economic Area. This page briefly explains what Canva is doing to work towards GDPR compliance. To identify the information that we collect about our users, how we use that information and keep it safe. If you continue to use Canva after we introduce these updates, it means you agree to this new policy. Second, we recognize that it’s important for you to control your information so we are investing in features that will help you to easily manage and access some of your information within Canva. 

We will provide more information on these features as they become available. Third, since we use some third-party suppliers to make Canva available, we are reviewing and negotiating these contracts with a view to ensuring that they comply with applicable laws, including GDPR. Where amendments to these agreements are required we are entering into Data Processing Agreements with our suppliers. Fourth, we recognize that protection of your data involves us so we are improving our internal controls around employee access to data and data security incidents. None of these steps are likely to impact the way you use Canva day to day – you and all our many users will remain free to design anything and publish anywhere! 

Keywords: [“Canva”,”data”,”information”]
Source: https://support.canva.com/legal/privacy/gdpr-compliance/

GDPR Compliance Solutions & Services

The primary objectives of the GDPR are to give people more control over their personal data, to help protect personal data from the risk of loss, and to unify regulatory privacy and data requirements within the EU. It is vital that any organization who conducts business in the EU understands the overall design of the GDPR and why preparing their technology and processes now for this new legislation is so critical. Today’s technology is much different than it was 20 years ago. No one could have predicted how the Internet, smartphones and the widespread use of social media applications such as Facebook and Twitter could have global implications. As a Regulation, the GDPR enacts a uniform data security law across the EU. 

Each EU country will no longer need to pass their own legislation for data security; the GDPR will be the guiding law. EU countries can still regulate certain types of data such as health data. If you are currently doing business in the EU, you may already have privacy processes and procedures in place. To ensure that your business is GDPR compliant, it is essential that you review your consent policies and procedures to verify that these meet the new higher standards. PossibleNOW and our sister company, CompliancePoint, can help you determine your preparedness and then recommend appropriate solutions and services. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”GDPR”,”Regulation”]
Source: https://www.possiblenow.com/gdpr-compliance-solutions-services

GDPR News Center News for 09-27-2018

On May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation will go into effect in the European Union, but its implications will reach far beyond the borders of the 28 member states of the EU.US businesses need to know the regulation, understand how it can impact their business operations so they can protect against the legal consequences and sizable fines for non-compliance. Now more than ever, US companies must be sure that data security, including the data that is shared in communication channels, is secure and compliant. The fundamental principle of the regulation is the right to privacy and protection of EU citizens by giving them right to anonymity in the data that they share with businesses and enterprises. GDPR’s impact on US businessesAny personal data that is sourced from citizens currently residing in the EU must comply with the GDPR. Therefore, businesses that retain such data and/or behavioral information, even if it doesn’t leave the EU will still be subject to GDPR regulations. 

Once the US retailer gets permission to use their email address, the retailer would have to appoint a representative in the EU to be responsible for following GDPR in their collection and processing of that data in the Cloud. GDPR’s impact on internal US communicationsCustomer data, including that of people who fall under the protection of GDPR, is often shared within companies via channels like email, and increasingly on business messengers like Microsoft Teams, Atlassian’s Stride, Slack, and others. Collaboration is the primary selling point for such solutions and teams often share documents using these platforms which can also be connected to other external platforms like Google Docs.If the documents shared contain personal data, those platforms must also comply with GDPR.Going forward, US companies will need to not only get permission to collect and process customer data, but also get permission to make that personal data available to any tools they use internally for collaboration. The exception to the rule is when the chosen internal communication and collaboration tool secures all data with end-to-end encryption as the service provider does not then get access to any customer data. Right to access: Consumers, or data subjects, have the right to confirm if their personal data is being processed and they can ask the data controller for a copy of the personal data, free of charge. 

Right to be forgotten: Data subjects have the right to have their data erased, and they can ask for their data not to be disseminated and potentially have third parties halt processing of their data. Data portability: Data subjects can have their data sent to them or even transmitted to another data controller. GDPR will be the foundation for well-regulated data sourcing, collection and behavioral information of internet residents throughout the world. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”GDPR”,”Regulation”]
Source: https://qz.com/1284895/what-gdpr-compliance-means-for-american-businesses/

On May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation will go into effect in the European Union, but its implications will reach far beyond the borders of the 28 member states of the EU.US businesses need to know the regulation, understand how it can impact their business operations so they can protect against the legal consequences and sizable fines for non-compliance. Now more than ever, US companies must be sure that data security, including the data that is shared in communication channels, is secure and compliant. The fundamental principle of the regulation is the right to privacy and protection of EU citizens by giving them right to anonymity in the data that they share with businesses and enterprises. GDPR’s impact on US businessesAny personal data that is sourced from citizens currently residing in the EU must comply with the GDPR. Therefore, businesses that retain such data and/or behavioral information, even if it doesn’t leave the EU will still be subject to GDPR regulations. 

Once the US retailer gets permission to use their email address, the retailer would have to appoint a representative in the EU to be responsible for following GDPR in their collection and processing of that data in the Cloud. GDPR’s impact on internal US communicationsCustomer data, including that of people who fall under the protection of GDPR, is often shared within companies via channels like email, and increasingly on business messengers like Microsoft Teams, Atlassian’s Stride, Slack, and others. Collaboration is the primary selling point for such solutions and teams often share documents using these platforms which can also be connected to other external platforms like Google Docs.If the documents shared contain personal data, those platforms must also comply with GDPR.Going forward, US companies will need to not only get permission to collect and process customer data, but also get permission to make that personal data available to any tools they use internally for collaboration. The exception to the rule is when the chosen internal communication and collaboration tool secures all data with end-to-end encryption as the service provider does not then get access to any customer data. Right to access: Consumers, or data subjects, have the right to confirm if their personal data is being processed and they can ask the data controller for a copy of the personal data, free of charge. 

Right to be forgotten: Data subjects have the right to have their data erased, and they can ask for their data not to be disseminated and potentially have third parties halt processing of their data. Data portability: Data subjects can have their data sent to them or even transmitted to another data controller. GDPR will be the foundation for well-regulated data sourcing, collection and behavioral information of internet residents throughout the world. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”GDPR”,”Regulation”]
Source: https://qz.com/1284895/what-gdpr-compliance-means-for-american-businesses/

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 08-30-2018

[WEBINAR] GDPR Compliance: “Explain Like I’m Five” with Data Privacy Expert

Jodi Daniels is a digital privacy expert with more than 19 years of experience in privacy, marketing, strategy, and finance roles. She is the founder of Red Clover Advisors, a data privacy consultancy that assists companies with GDPR compliance, operationalizing privacy, digital governance, and online data strategy. Ms. Daniels has worked in multiple industries such as financial services, automotive, media, and retail for Cox Enterprises, The Home Depot, and Deloitte. She most recently served as the privacy partner for digital banking and digital marketing, financial center channel operations, ATMs, and military banking channels at Bank of America. 

Keywords: [“privacy”,”digital”,”Bank”]
Source: https://www.bettercloud.com/monitor/webinar-gdpr-compliance

FE Preparing for GDPR

Like many companies FE is currently preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation when it comes into effect in May 2018. As a company that is built on the data we collect, you can imagine we are taking the GDPR requirements very seriously and are working to ensure that our privacy standards meet all the requirements of the regulation. To ensure we meet the standards required by GDPR, the way in which you login to FE Analytics and other products and services provided by FE will need to change. Over the coming weeks and months we will let you know what action you need to take. Please look out for further announcements and take the time to action them. 

Keywords: [“take”,”action”,”need”]
Source: http://info.financialexpress.net/gdpr

The General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation is a series of laws that were approved by the EU Parliament in 2016. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is an initiative by the EU to bring data protection legislation into line with new ways that data is now used. The new regulations will give users great control over their data, including the ability to export it, withdraw consent and request access to it. It also makes data protection rules more or less identical throughout the EU, allowing for the easier transfer of data through out the European Union. It will affect any company that does business with Europe, whether they are based in the EU or not. 

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

Countdown to GDPR Summit 2018

‘Driven by demand, and it’s game-changing importance, this will be our 3rd GDPR Summit in the space of just 7 months. No other topic area has ever generated this amount of attention’. It requires organisations to adhere to a host of strict data protection rules for processing the data of EU residents and will penalise those who are non- compliant. Heralding a new era in the regulation of personal data processing in Europe, the GDPR amplifies and expands the rights of individuals to control how their personal information is collected and processed and places new obligations squarely on the shoulders of organisations that collect personal data. 

Keywords: [“data”,”personal”,”processed”]
Source: https://gdpr18.com

GDPR Suite

This new regulation will dramatically change to the way data must be handled and processed in the European Union. iGrafx provides the intellectual property of knowing the regulatory elements of GDPR, the means to assess risk from the process perspective, and the system to document operations, model data flow, audit controls, implement GDPR required processes, all in order to help achieve GDPR compliance now and, most importantly, maintain it into the future. A solution for all GDPR Stakeholders: Legal, IT and Process. Process Templates to expedite documentation and automation. Complete visibility and control via Data Flow Modeling. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”process”,”data”]
Source: https://www.igrafx.com/products/gdpr-suite

GDPR Compliance: Essential Training

Course Transcript- [Mandy Huth] GDPR is the most comprehensive privacy regulation enacted to date. Any business that has European connections is likely impacted. Hi, I’m Mandy Huth, and I’ve helped organizations with over two billion dollars in revenue prepare for GDPR. In this course, I’ll show you the basics of the GDPR regulation. I’ll begin by discussing what it entails and who it impacts. 

I’ll show you who is responsible for protecting, monitoring and reporting data in various situations. Finally, I’ll discuss the rights of the data subject and how organizations must notify those subjects in case of a data breach. 

Keywords: [“I'll”,”data”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/gdpr-compliance-essential-training

Preservica

Preservica complies with the current 1998 Data Protection Act, and by 25th May 2018, Preservica cloud products and operations will meet the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation helping our customers protect the rights of their data subjects. It’s important to note that although the GDPR is an EU regulation it may still apply to any organization which is a controller of personal data for an EU data subject, even if that organization is outside of the EU. Preservica will help ensure you meet your GDPR obligations and preserve your valuable digital information for the long-term. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”Preservica”,”organization”]
Source: https://preservica.com/about/gdpr

Data Governance for GDPR Compliance

Any company that processes personal data of individuals residing in the European Union must adhere to GDPR, regardless of their location. This infographic outlines the impact of not complying. DATUM’s GDPR Solution does the heavy lifting so you don’t have to. We provide the experts, the formula, the methodology and the assets you need to successfully comply with the new regulation. GDPR privacy regulation will significantly impact data governance for companies worldwide. 

This webinar sheds light on GDPR’s potential impact on your organization, as well as provide direction on how to meet this challenge head on. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”impact”,”regulation”]
Source: http://www.datumstrategy.com/gdpr-solution

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 08-26-2018

GDPR Readiness, Assessment & Compliance

WHO: Enterprises that offer goods or services within the EU as well as enterprises that monitor EU subjects’ behavior within the EU. WHAT: New data privacy mandates have been issued by European Union regulation. WHEN: GDPR compliance must be achieved by 25 May 2018. WHERE: Includes any organization in the world if it retains or processes information on any citizen in the EU. WHY: To better protect any individual’s personal information, to secure rights for the individual over that collected information, and to force enterprises to follow a uniform scheme for data protection. 

HOW: Follow ISACA’s privacy guidance on how best for your enterprise and its staff to assess your unique data protection needs and meet the GDPR compliance standards set by the EU.. 

Keywords: [“enterprise”,”information”,”any”]
Source: https://www.isaca.org/info/gdpr/index.html

Data Security Issues, Risks, Trends, and Concerns

Less than a third of companies are prepared for the GDPR. HAVE A PLAN AND STICK TO IT. If you have checked your compliance and audited your data, you should know what you process, on what legal grounds, who has access and understand the lifecycle of captured personal data. The next step is to implement data protection by design, and by default. Incident Response/Breach notification response plan. 

HOW WE CAN HELP. Thales are specialists in encryption solutions, protecting your data wherever it is in your digital estate. Use our experts to conduct a health check on your organisation to assess your GDPR readiness. Then deploy the Thales eSecurity Accelerator Pack, using our proven technologies to secure critical database or file systems in less than two days. 

Keywords: [“data”,”GDPR”,”Thales”]
Source: https://gdpr.thalesesecurity.com

GDPR

It’s essential that you review your approach to governance and data protection and plan your compliance now. Get all the key people onboard, update the relevant policies and procedures and develop any that are missing. Rather than aiming to be completely compliant by 25 May 2018, it’s realistic to have a ‘roadmap’ of how you are going to achieve complete compliance. A good starting point is to introduce a transparent data processing statement, or privacy statement, for all your clients. The ICO website provides more information about privacy statements with examples of good and bad privacy notices. 

Identify and document your legal basis for doing these. InternationalIf you operate internationally, make sure you know which supervisory authority you come under for data protection. 

Keywords: [“data”,”how”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://www.bacp.co.uk/about-us/contact-us/gdpr

GDPR Webinar

GDPR, less than a year away should be on every business’s radar. Our free webinar will share with you the key things to be aware of to help prepare your business for the May 2018 regulation. This may seem a while away, but the regulations will affect all businesses, so now is the time to start planning and putting things into place. Our one hour free GDPR Webinar is downloadable today. This webinar which was live has been created as a useful downloadable resource and includes lots of questions and answers asked by businesses like you. 

Speakers on this webinar were Adriaan Bekker and David Smart from Softwerx plus Karen Cole from RIAA Barker Gillette. Softwerx has helped a number of organisations throughout the UK increase their knowledge of GDPR and become better prepared. 

Keywords: [“webinar”,”GDPR”,”Softwerx”]
Source: https://www.softwerx.com/resources/gdpr-webinar

GDPR US Firms Whitepaper Landing Page

Due to the constantly changing digital world, the EU took a major step to protect their citizen’s personal data and privacy rights by passing the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Not only firms based in the EU must abide to this regulation. Any firm that does business in the EU or monitors the behavior of EU data subjects needs to comply with the regulation. For US based firms that do business in the EU, it is crucial to understand the regulation and address the key challenges to ensure that your firm is GDPR compliant. Key terms and definitions relating to the GDPR. 

Key challenges ahead. how the GDPR affects how you store data in the cloud. Solutions to complying with the GDPR. How the GDPR will fit with the EU-US Privacy Shield. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”firm”,”Regulation”]
Source: https://www.eci.com/resources/lpg/GDPR_US_Firms.html

GDPR for marketers: best practice, tips and case studies

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25th May 2018, however only 54% of businesses expect to meet that deadline. Econsultancy is investigating GDPR from a marketer’s persective, highlighting the specific aspects of the new regulation that require your attention. As always we aim to cut through the jargon and present the important details in plain English, and where possible highlighting examples of best practice to help put things in context. All our resources are listed here – this page will be frequently updated with new articles and reports so make sure to check back in future. Econsultancy offers comprehensive online GDPR training, as well as a one-day face-to-face GDPR training course designed to bring marketers up-to-speed. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”marketers”,”new”]
Source: https://econsultancy.com/hello/gdpr-for-marketers

Prepare for GDPR Compliance

GDPR establishes the many measures organizations must take to protect personal data belonging to residents of the EU. These measures include: understanding what personal data an organization handles and where this data resides; performing risk assessments to gauge an organization’s exposure to accidental or unlawful loss of this data; implementing various technical and organizational controls to protect personal data; and appointing a chief data protection officer charged with overseeing GDPR compliance. GDPR applies to any organization that handles or processes personal data belonging to EU residents. It establishes strict breach disclosure requirements, and when enforcement begins on May 25, 2018, will impose stiff fines for non-compliance. 

Keywords: [“data”,”personal”,”organization”]
Source: http://www.rsa.com/en-us/solutions/gdpr-compliance-with-rsa

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 08-23-2018

GDPR by Wizuda

The General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679) is a regulation by which the European Parliament, the European Council and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for EU citizens. The GDPR aims to give EU citizens back control and transparency over their personal data, how it is used, by whom and for what purpose. Under the GDPR, personal data must be processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner. As the GDPR is a regulation, it is legally binding; if you’re not compliant with the regulation then you’re breaking the law. It builds on the previous Data Protection Acts bringing more relevance to the technologies of today, in a world where data has become one of the most valuable assets of organisations. 

It comes into force on the 25th of May 2018 at which time businesses who do not comply may face significant fines of up to €20m or 4% of global annual turnover, whichever is greater. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”Regulation”,”GDPR”]
Source: https://wizuda.com/gdpr

General data protection regulation, GDPR

GDPR puts increased emphasis on data collection best practices, data controller transparency, and consumer choice – all of which play a meaningful role in the customer experience. With an eye toward customer experience, you may want to think about how the following GDPR principles affect your business efforts. Reduce unnecessary data collectionTake stock of the data you’re collecting. Provide the required notice for data collectionReview and update your current privacy notices, policies, and any information provided at data collection points. Remove unique identifiersConsider when to make some data anonymous or pseudonymous to help minimize compliance obligations and the risk of data and privacy breaches and claims. 

Fulfill data access and delete requestsUnderstand how your customer will reach out to you to make data access or delete requests. Know how to define internal data retention and deletion policies and procedures. 

Keywords: [“data”,”how”,”customer”]
Source: https://www.adobe.com/privacy/general-data-protection-regulation.html

Get GDPR compliant with Dynamics NAV – Dynamics NAV Team Blog

On May 25, 2018, a European privacy law is due to take effect that sets a new global bar for privacy rights, security, and compliance. The General Data Protection Regulation is fundamentally about protecting and enabling the privacy rights of individuals. The GDPR establishes strict privacy requirements governing how you manage and protect personal data while respecting individual choice-no matter where data is sent, processed, or stored. As mentioned in an earlier blog post, Microsoft is dedicated to helping our partners and customers meet the requirements of the GDPR. By May 2018, Dynamics NAV 2018, Dynamics NAV 2017, Dynamics NAV 2016, and Dynamcis NAV 2015 will be updated with tools to help you get GDPR compliant. 

The March cumulative updates have just been made available and provide the first round of updates for you. We have prepared a Dynamics NAV whitepaper that will help you prepare for compliance. 

Keywords: [“NAV”,”Dynamics”,”privacy”]
Source: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/nav/2018/03/07/get-gdpr-compliant…

Protect passwords, IT accounts, privacy

As organizations race to adopt a DevSecOps model, eliminating security gaps in the DevOps environment and keeping user credentials secure are a top priority. Typical DevOps vulnerabilities include, embedded credentials in application environments, stored credentials in popular repositories, or shared private keys and credentials for fast access to source code. Join Thycotic Product Manager Dan Ritch as he explains how you can help assure proper credential security for your DevOps team with an automated privileged access solution. How to optimize your team’s DevOp’s environment to increase security without hindering their development and deployment schedules. An automated approach to remove hardcoded passwords and meet compliance without impacting workflow. 

How to integrate PAM security across each tool in the DevOps toolchain. PLUS: One lucky attendee will win a $50 Amazon gift card at the end of the webinar! 

Keywords: [“DevOps”,”credential”,”security”]
Source: https://thycotic.com/solutions/gdpr-compliance

GDPR Logger

Christian is the man with the ideas and the architect behind the GDPR Logger. From the beginning the GDPR Logger is designed by Christian who continually devices smart new features that ensures the solution is cutting edge software. John is the developer behind the GDPR Logger and has been a part of the team form the beginning where he developed the engine. John is a true wizard that can create all the features our IT Architect thinks up. Kuno develops the UI parts of the GDPR Logger and ensure that everything is presentable. 

With his usual patentability he helps to ensure that the GDPR Logger looks as it should. The always happy Tom is, apart from being a member of the board, the man that creates our partner canal. Tom is a master of Excel and always up for a cup of coffee to create some business. GDPR Logger for Notes & Domino ensures that you are ready when the new Personal Data Regulation becomes enforceable. 

Keywords: [“Logger”,”GDPR”,”ensure”]
Source: https://gdpr-logger.com

Home

The new GDPR regulations are just weeks away and as the biggest shake-up in data protection regulation in decades, preparations are well underway at businesses up and down the country. Our conference has been designed to doublecheck your strategy against expert opinion to ensure you are on the right track to compliance. The GDPR is raising the bar to a higher standard for consent as well as making it easy for people to withdraw their consent. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is about marketing alone, GDPR affects every aspect of your business. This event explores some of the detail through the eyes of compliance specialists, marketing gurus and data protection experts. 

With the Information Commissioner’s Office providing its updated guidance in December ahead of the implementation of the regulations in May 2018, our conference is perfectly timed so you can be confident your business is compliant. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”dealer”,”data”]
Source: https://amgdprconference.am-online.com

GDPR News Center News for 08-13-2018

Analytics Platform

The General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation which strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union. If you are processing personal data, you need to inform users at the point of the data collection with a clear privacy notice. The reasons why you are processing the personal data. If a visitor asks you to get access to her or his personal data, you have the responsibility to check her/his identity. Inform the data subject that you have properly deleted their personal data and ask for confirmation that they received your message. 

If you are presented with a request to rectify the data of a data subject, we recommend you to use the right to erasure instead. If for a specific reason you really need to exercise this right and you self host your Matomo, the only way is to access the Matomo database. A user has the right to ask to get a copy of their personal data. Send the data to the data subject if you are sure about their identity and ask them to confirm that they received it. A user has to be able to object to the processing of their personal data. 

Inform your visitors through a clear privacy notice whenever you’re collecting personal data. Make your team aware that you are using Matomo Analytics and what data is being collected by your analytics platform. Include Matomo in your data privacy impact assessment, if applicable. 

Keywords: [“data”,”Matomo”,”personal”]
Source: https://matomo.org/docs/gdpr

Worried about GDPR? Just build radically private software

On May 25, the European Union will begin enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation, which requires companies to behave responsibly in their collection and management of personal data. While the general consensus agrees on the need for data privacy, only some companies have shifted away from speed and growth at all costs toward building software that respects user privacy. Acquire data progressively and only when you genuinely need it. Only collect data you have a need for and only do it when you have the need for it. Clearly state what you’ll be using the data for and how that benefits users. 

Radically private software means that if users don’t give informed consent, you can’t use their data at all. No more UI tricks like the button to give consent is big and red, while the button to withhold data is small and gray. Make opting out easy – and let users change their minds and take their data with them. A regulation requires banks to make customer account data available in easy-to-use formats so they can change banks more seamlessly. Enabling this sort of data portability is important in radically private software. 

It’s almost always possible to de-anonymize the data and trace individuals within it, so removing classic personal data such as names, addresses, and phone numbers is not enough. Communicate clearly with users about steps you’ll take if a data breach occurs. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”users”,”consent”]
Source: https://venturebeat.com/2018/05/06/worried-about-gdpr-just-build…

GDPR Compliance Solutions & Services

The primary objectives of the GDPR are to give people more control over their personal data, to help protect personal data from the risk of loss, and to unify regulatory privacy and data requirements within the EU. It is vital that any organization who conducts business in the EU understands the overall design of the GDPR and why preparing their technology and processes now for this new legislation is so critical. Today’s technology is much different than it was 20 years ago. No one could have predicted how the Internet, smartphones and the widespread use of social media applications such as Facebook and Twitter could have global implications. As a Regulation, the GDPR enacts a uniform data security law across the EU. 

Each EU country will no longer need to pass their own legislation for data security; the GDPR will be the guiding law. EU countries can still regulate certain types of data such as health data. If you are currently doing business in the EU, you may already have privacy processes and procedures in place. To ensure that your business is GDPR compliant, it is essential that you review your consent policies and procedures to verify that these meet the new higher standards. PossibleNOW and our sister company, CompliancePoint, can help you determine your preparedness and then recommend appropriate solutions and services. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”GDPR”,”Regulation”]
Source: http://www.possiblenow.com/gdpr-compliance-solutions-services.asp

Free-to-play game Loadout ending service in wake of GDPR regulation

The developer behind Loadout, a free-to-play title for PC and PlayStation 4, has announced that it will be shutting the game down for good later this month following issues with rising costs and new regulations in the EU. In a public post to the game’s community, the Edge of Reality team said that the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation guidelines for the European Union delivered one of the final blows the game, noting that the dev simply lacks the resources to update Loadout in a way that would make it GDPR compliant. GDPR regulation deals with how personal data is handled, particularly when that data is being exported outside of the EU. Though the regulations were adopted in 2016, GDPR is due to become enforceable after its two-year transition period ends on May 25, 2018. Loadout is just the latest game to shut down following the updated data protection regulations. 

Loadout’s developer notes that GDPR isn’t solely responsible for the team’s decision to shut down the game. The team notes that costs to keep the game up and running have been increasing, while Loadout’s revenue has been staying flat. The dev notes that the cloud-based service that the game was built on has also announced that it is ending service, possibly as a result of GDPR as well, and porting Loadout to a different service would be far too costly. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”game”,”Loadout”]
Source: http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/317760

GDPR News Center News for 08-07-2018

Interact software

Interact has also performed a Data Protection Impact Assessment to determine compliance with security requirements of GDPR. Throughout 2017, Interact made a number of product changes, policy updates and internal process changes in anticipation of GDPR. Interact are committed to being GDPR complaint when it becomes enforceable in May of 2018. Ensuring all Interact employees continue to undertake mandatory data handling training. All Interact employees are required to participate in the training program even if their role doesn’t require them to handle customer data. 

Ensuring our vendors continue to adhere to the same high standards of security and privacy as Interact. Interact does not transfer data out of the customer’s chosen geographical region. Interact is a controller is respect of individuals interacting with our business such as website visitors, customers and prospective customers of Interact. Interact is also the processor in respect of our own data and that of our customers whose data we receive from users of our services. In some specific customer agreements, Interact can also be a sub-processor. 

If the Subject Access Request relates to data processed, stored or hosted within our services, Interact will refer the Subject Access Request to our customer – the data controller. Interact will assist with requests made by our customers in relation to such Subject Access Requests. As a customer of Interact, you are a data controller and Interact is acting as a processor for your data. If you are an employee of an Interact customer, please contact your employer. 

Keywords: [“Interact”,”Data”,”customer”]
Source: https://www.interact-intranet.com/gdpr

General Data Protection Regime,gdpr for India

General Data Protection Regulations or GDPR is the new Privacy Protection Regulation adopted on 27th April 2016 by the European Union in replacement of the earlier Data Protection Regime. These privacy regulations which come with restrictions on non transferability of EU data to non compliant countries make it highly relevant for countries outside EU also as it could make or mar the data processing industry. What distinguishes GDPR from the earlier regulations is the high level of penalties envisaged under the regulation which may go upto Euro 20 million or 4% of global turnover of a company and will be applicable even for Non EU based companies. If any Indian company is interested in working with data which includes personal information of EU citizens, the GDPR cannot be ignored. In a bid to promote wide spread compliance of GDPR in India which is in the larger interests of the country, Naavi has taken efforts to dedicate this website www. 

In towards building awareness about GDPR. Naavi is the pioneer in India for promoting awareness of Information Technology Act 2000 through www. Now these three websites willl form the GDPR Knowledge Center and together develop awareness of GDPR. It will also discuss and analyse its provisions to assist Indian IT industry to move towards a greater level of compliance. As always, the large IT companies have the means and skilled personnel to guide them and it is the SMEs who need special support. 

This GDPR Knowledge Center will try to specially assist such SMEs and Mobile APP companies to achieve GDPR compliance. 

Keywords: [“GDPR”,”Data”,”Regulation”]
Source: http://www.gdpr.ind.in

GDPR: These companies are getting killed by Europe’s new data protection law

The EU General Data Protection Regulation applies to any organization that holds or uses data on people inside the European Union, regardless of how big they are or where are they based. She said that while the new law would benefit consumers, it may also advantage large companies with the resources – lawyers, data experts and programmers – needed to make the transition. The new rules give Europeans more control over their personal data. In many cases, companies need consent to process that information. They won’t be allowed to store the data for longer than necessary, and they must respond to requests from customers who want their data deleted. 

Companies may also have to prove they are handling data correctly, meaning increased monitoring and documentation. Complying with the new regulations isn’t cheap, and experts say the world’s biggest companies are spending tens of millions of dollars to prepare. The current design, which was built in 2009, makes it difficult to delete data from user accounts. European lawmakers have pushed back on suggestions that GDPR could give the biggest tech companies an advantage over smaller rivals. Giovanni Buttarelli, the European Union’s data protection supervisor, said that the biggest companies will also face the largest fines if they violate the rules. 

The regulators can impose penalties on companies of up to €20 million or 4% of annual global sales, whichever is bigger. Experts say some smaller companies outside Europe might not yet realize that they have to comply with GDPR, because similar rules don’t exist in their home market. 

Keywords: [“company”,”Data”,”game”]
Source: http://money.cnn.com/2018/05/11/technology/gdpr-tech-companies-losers

Imperva Data Security & Compliance Center

The General Data Protection Regulation provides a single set of rules for protecting the personal data of all European Union residents and visitors. Key Term Definition Data Controller Entity determining the purposes and means of processing of personal data. Data Processor Entity that processes data on behalf of the data controller. Personal data cannot be attributed to an identified or identifiable Data Subject. Data Processors must notify the appropriate Data Controller immediately upon discovering a personal data breach. 

Notification, at a minimum, must describe the nature and consequences of the data breach, type and approximate number of affected Data Subjects and data records, remedial actions taken or proposed, and the name and contact information of person who can provide additional information. If a data breach risks the rights and freedoms of the affected Data Subjects, then the Data Controller must, without undue delay, notify each affected person. Data Controllers must perform a Data Protection Impact Assessment whenever a new processing operation – either a process or processing technology – is proposed. The transfer of personal data beyond the EU/EEA is prohibited unless certain data protection conditions are met by both the Data Controller and Data Processor. Classifies the discovered data according to its personal information data type and its security risk level. 

Pseudonymizes data by replacing sensitive data with realistic fictional data that maintains operational and statistical accuracy. Learn how Imperva data security and data masking solutions. 

Keywords: [“Data”,”personal”,”process”]
Source: https://www.imperva.com/data-security/regulation-glossary/gdpr/…