Achieving EU GDPR Compliance
Any organization that stores or maintains customer records and personal data of European Union (EU) residents and citizens must comply with EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which was approved on 14 April 2016. GDPR compliance will be enforced starting on 25 May 2018 and heavy fines will be levied for organizations that are non-compliant. Recent estimates are that more than 66% of affected organizations are not fully prepared for the compliance requirements.
Join Keith Deighton of Hitachi Systems Security as he discusses GDPR’s key components and how to approach the impending compliance requirements:
Managing Consultant at Hitachi Security Systems Security Professional Services Team and a certified practitioner in RESILIA. a specialized certification from the highly respected Axelos, a global IT security best practice organization. Keith works with CIO’s and heads of security globally to implement leading-edge security practices and controls to protect the customers, employees, and critical data of those companies.
Live Webinar Agenda:
- An Overview of GDPR and its Impact on Organizations Globally
- Key Components and Challenges to GDPR compliance
- A Best Practice Approach to GDPR Compliance
- Key Steps to Achieve Compliance by May 25, 2018
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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): Any company that does business within Europe must comply with the standards set forth by GDPR by May 25, 2018. GDPR is replacing data protection directive from 1995. If companies do not comply, heavy fines (up to 4% of global annual turnover or 20 million Euros) will be levied against their organizations. It affects companies that have an EU Presence or No presence in the EU but process personal data for EU residents.