The incoming General Data Protection Regulation
will address the gap and make EU privacy and data laws fit for purpose in the digital age-harmonising data protection
laws in the EU. The EU believes common, shared laws will bring better transparency to help support the rights of individuals and grow the digital economy.
In this paper, we will look at some of the key principles of the GDPR
, what those principles mean for security compliance and how you can prepare your organisations for the 2018 deadline
. Make no mistake: The GDPR will require organisations that collect and process EU citizen data to undertake major operational reforms
is a huge body of legislation, so this paper will focus on some specific areas where security, communication and compliance specialists will need to prepare