Do you collect, store or process EU citizen or resident data? Does anyone in your organization? What about your third parties? If you don’t know the answers to these questions – for sure – you could violate GDPR come May 2018.
Intended to give European Union residents and citizens greater control, this regulation imposes strict rules on how personally indefinable information or PII is collected, stored and used. All entities using EU resident or citizens data are expected to use “fair and lawful” data processing, share details (upon request) of how and why data was collected, inform citizens of data sharing among third parties, and protect this data. Among other things. If you don’t comply, hefty fines may ensue. And, you are responsible for ensuring your third-parties comply as well.
If you haven’t read “THE EU AND THE NEW GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) – What You and Your Third Parties Must Do to Comply,” you should. This white paper can help you learn how to determine if you are safe from penalties or if you have some quick work to do before GDPR is enacted.
Download the GDPR white paper now to learn more about how this may impact your organization and what steps you need to take to ensure you are ready when this regulation takes effect.